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Gaming sector wages were up 3.8 percent in 2019


The Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) has revealed that the average monthly earnings, excluding bonuses, of full-time employees in the gaming sector

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Casino workers wage rises, dealer numbers fall


The total number of people working in Macau’s gaming sector fell by 0.8 percent at the end of the fourth quarter last year, with dealer numbers drop

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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 Macau to hand out ‘summer bonus’


Casino operator Wynn Macau has announced it will be issuing its staff a ‘summer bonus’ on July 15, according to a press release from the company.

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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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Labor department files lawsuit against Hong Kong Entertainment


The CNMI Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against Hong Kong Entertainment (Overseas) Investments Ltd for allegedly failing to comply with their

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Macau gaming staff average earnings rose 4.6 percent in 2015


Average earnings (excluding bonuses and allowances) of full time employees in the gaming sector went up 4.6 percent in December 2015 year on year, whi

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Galaxy Macau to pay special bonus, following employee complaints


Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd. will pay its staff a one-off “special gift” of MOP2,888 (US$360) on Feb. 18, following compl

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Gaming employee wages steady QoQ; up nearly 20 percent from 2015


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

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Wynn Macau announces 5 percent salary Increase


Wynn Macau announced a 5 percent salary increase, effective March 1, 2015, for all eligible employees of Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace, excluding senior

SJM Holdings to raise pay by 5 percent


SJM Holdings became the first of Macau’s casino operators to announce a pay rise for this year, saying employees will get a 5 percent increase begi

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