The number of employees in the Gaming and Junket sector in Macau fell by 2,200 in the July to September quarter, down to 84,900, according to data fro
The company which runs the Japan Casino Academy and Tokyo-based human resources firm Altima have formed a joint venture to create Japan’s first recruitment agency for the anticipated domestic IR industry.
The inaugural Hokkaido IR Showcase came to a close last Thursday, with seven IR operators and numerous other Japanese companies and associations exhibiting at the first public IR event to be held in the prefecture.
Melco Resorts & Entertainment has launched the first of four planned satellite casinos on the island of Cyprus, local media reports.
Landing International has been forced to delay the transfer of its casino on Jeju island to its new IR complex after protests from local residents, th
Macau saw its unemployment rate for the period between August to October 2017 at 1.9 percent, a decline of 0.1 percentage points from the previous per
Macau’s casino and hotels are still the main sectors attracting young Macau residents in the labor market, says Lao Cho Chon, deputy executive-direc
Commonwealth Casino Commission officials have praised the efforts made by Imperial Pacific in hiring and training the local workforce in line with its
Macau’s casino labor group, Forefront of Macao Gaming says some of its table dealer members are worried about a potential wave of layoffs due to the
Wages of gaming and junket employees held steady this quarter compared with the previous three-month period, with the median monthly rate at MOP19,000
Sands China announced the resignation of Toh Hup Hock as chief financial officer and executive vice president of the casino operator. Toh joined the
Macau’s unemployment rate for April to June remained stable at 1.8 percent as in the previous period, March to May. Total employment decreased sligh
Macau was the top-performing metropolitan economy in Asia-Pacific in 2014, according to a survey by the Washington-based Brookings Institution. The ci
Macau’s gaming and hotel workforce shrunk by 2,400 and 1,800 respectively during January to March from the previous three-month period while the une
At least 1,000 staff of VIP gaming rooms have been laid off since July as a result of China’s anti-graft tactics that have sparked declines in high
Sands China said it will pay a bonus on Feb. 16, 2015, to all eligible full-time team members. Among all eligible full-time team members, over 27,00
Echo Entertainment says its proposal for a casino development in downtown Brisbane would generate 8,000 jobs once complete and attract 1.4 million vi
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