US Casinos Launch Massive Recruitment Campaigns
Casinos in the United States of America are seeing an uptick in activity following progress in their COVID-19 vaccination program. This campaign has allowed gambling establishments to reopen in most states.
However, a number of casinos are experiencing a severe shortage of staff after many employees have paid off amid massive restrictions on US gambling establishments. Therefore, many operators are launching recruiting events in an attempt to fill the vacant positions.
Station Casinos will host three Recruitment Fairs this week in Las Vegas. Events will run from 8am to 7pm on June 15-17 at the Red Rock Casino and Green Valley Ranch, Boulder Station.
Operator hiring managers will be presenting job offers for various positions. It is reported that there is now a particular shortage of service personnel. We are talking about chefs, bartenders, waiters, cleaners of the adjacent territory and rooms, casino workers, such as croupiers.
Thus, the Four Winds Casino in Potawatomi, which is owned by the Pokagon group, announced the search for labor for its board game rooms. In particular, the company is looking for croupiers, administrators and security guards for its three casinos in Michigan.
According to the company, it will soon open a specialized Dealer Training School. The facility will open its doors on Tuesday, June 15th. Its goal will be the specialized training of employees serving the process of board games.
In addition, Portage will host gambling job fairs on Tuesday, June 22, and in Michigan City on Wednesday, June 23.
Significant easing restrictive measures for the US gambling industry. According to the new rules, each gambling establishment has the right to independently determine the degree of rigidity of the rules that visitors must comply with.
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