Imperial Pacific International has finally gotten its payroll payments up to date, at least in regard to those employees still residing in Saipan.
Sixteen Turkish nationals who are former workers of Imperial Pacific International, whose H-2B visas have already expired, have left the CNMI, even though the firm still owes them five months’ back pay.
Employees of Imperial Pacific International in Saipan have received six weeks of back pay that they had been owed, partially alleviating the crisis and clearing the way for the company to resume the construction of its facility ordered to halt by the...
The group of NagaCorp workers that were on strike last week to dispute wages has all returned to work as of Sunday, 12th January, without any wage inc
Workers at SkyCity Casino in New Zealand organized a weekend-long strike for the second week in a row, attempting to improve their weekend and night-t
Macau junket operator Meg-Star Group has announced a 5 percent salary increase for its employees, effective March 1, 2019. The pay rise will be gi
Melco Resorts has announced a pay increase between 2.5 to 7 percent for non-management employees, effective on April 1, 2019. Under the pay hike, n
Average earnings of gaming employees have hit record highs, despite declining GGR in the region. According to the Statistics and Census Service, avera
Tinian Dynasty workers who have been waiting for unpaid salaries are not happy about the transfer of Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino’s gaming license
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