A local union in Jeju held a public demonstration in which it pledged to work for the interests of casino workers who have been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic and related crisis for the tourism industry.
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.
Almost half, or 88 of the over the 200 construction workers of Imperial Pacific International, will have to leave the CNMI by the end of this month because their H-2B visas are expiring.
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
The Philippines is finalizing new rules that will be able to weed out illegal foreign workers and ease concerns over tax evasion and loss of job oppor
Hundreds of casino workers gathered in a demonstration on Monday, calling for the government to better enforce smoking laws inside gaming venues, Maca
Local workers need to see lower-skilled foreign workers as people that improve the local economy, rather than “just labor”, says a Macau researche
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
A group of workers from MGM China has urged an investigation into MGM’s new high-tech gaming tables that have allegedly been causing discomfort amo
More than 30 percent of those seeking help for gambling disorders in 2017 were employed in the casino sector, according to Social Affairs Bureau (IAS)
The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau has not yet come up with a surveillance plan to prevent frontline casino employees from gaming outside o
The Macau government has reiterated that it protects the legal rights of all gaming workers in the city, including those working at satellite casinos,
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