Wednesday, June 29, 2022


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Construction firms to pay $13.9 million in back pay and wages


The U.S. government has ordered four China-based construction contractors behind IPI’s new casino resort on Garapan to pay a collective $13.9 millio

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IPI ramps up efforts to attract U.S. workers


Saipan casino operator Imperial Pacific International said it is working on recruiting more U.S. workers for its hotel-casino in Garapan. According to

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Public consultation begins for croupier ban proposal


Macau’s gaming regulator has proposed new measures that will see casino croupiers, pit managers, tellers, dealers and other frontline casino staff b

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DICJ gearing up for more inspectors


Macau’s gaming regulator is hoping to add more inspectors to its roster by year end, Macau Business reports. Paulo Martins Chan, director of Gaming

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DICJ still short on staff


Macau’s gaming regulator says it is still short of inspectors to oversee casino operations in the territory, Business Daily reports. In a response t

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MGM China announces salary increase


Casino operator MGM China Holdings Ltd. has announced a salary increase for its non-management staff, which will come into effect on March 20. Referre

Crown staff rejects wage offer, wants more pay


Crown Melbourne is facing a public dispute with thousands of its gaming and hospitality workers who have rejected management’s wage offer, and are d

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Macau’s first training course for gaming employees


Sands China held the inauguration ceremony of Macau’s first training course for gaming practitioners on Tuesday. Co-organized by the Macau Federatio

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Court orders sale of casino cruise ship


A casino cruise ship that went from over 400 customers a day to less than a few dozen, facing bankruptcy and a wage dispute from its crew members, wil

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Wynn Palace on track: Linda Chen


Preparations for Wynn Palace’s opening on August 22 on track, said Wynn Macau’s chief operating director Linda Chen, TDM reports. Wynn Macau has h

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Macau labor groups back casino workers ban


A survey from the Forefront of Macao Gaming (FMG) has revealed that 76 percent of casino workers agree their sector should be banned from gambling in

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Former Tinian Dynasty workers unhappy about new owner


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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Government to assist status-less Tinian Dynasty employees


The Philippines honorary consul to the CNMI is encouraging former employees of Tinian Dynasty to return to Philippines, local media reports. Honorary

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Sands hires more than 600 employees during Parisian Macao recruitment fair


Sands China hired more than 600 new employees during its three-day recruitment fair for its new Parisian Macao development, according to a press relea

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Macau labor group urges government to better protect local workers


Members of the Power of the Macao Gaming Association met with the Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong on Friday in order to discuss the ri

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Sands China offers non-gaming career development programme


Sands China Ltd. has launched a new career development programme for 1000 of its staff, offering them alternative jobs in non-gaming areas of its prop

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Louis XIII says CNY bonus reflects contribution to new ultra-luxury resort


Louis XIII Holdings Limited, whose new luxury property is scheduled to open in Macau in late summer, says it will pay a Chinese New Year bonus for all

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Galaxy Entertainment to pay discretionary bonus on Feb. 5


Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group will pay its employees discretionary bonuses on Feb. 5, according to a spokesman for Galaxy Entertain

Grand Parade welcomes John O’Reilly and Martyn Miller to its team


Gaming technology specialist Grand Parade announced that long-standing gambling industry executives John O’Reilly and Martyn Miller are to join the

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