Chinese developer Guangzhou R&F Properties has reportedly sacked about 30 employees who had been working on the site of Midan City Resort Complex in South Korea. R&F is now the sole owner after Caesars Entertainment sold its stake in January.
Macau ‘lost’ almost 19,000 non-resident workers in pandemic year, most of them from Mainland China, according to data published today by the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL).
CNMI Representative Edwin K. Propst (D-Saipan) has taken up the cause of Imperial Pacific International’s stranded workers.
Thailand is bracing for the return of hundreds of Thais who were working in casinos in Myanmar and who may have been affected by Covid-19.
Galaxy Entertainment has issued a statement denying allegations that it favored non-local construction workers as it transferred them from the Phase 3
Tinian Dynasty workers who have been waiting for unpaid salaries are not happy about the transfer of Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino’s gaming license
The Philippines honorary consul to the CNMI is encouraging former employees of Tinian Dynasty to return to Philippines, local media reports. Honorary
The U.S. Court of Appeals has dismissed the appeal filed by more than 500 guest workers of Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino who sued the U.S. Department
A Filipino Senator has requested the Senate look into reports that City of Dreams Manila would suspend around 100 workers to cut costs. According to l
The Labour Affairs Bureau is planning to hold on-the-job training programs for local casino workers to upgrade their skills in non-gaming activities,
Nepalese team members of Sands China Ltd have raised MOP81,000 ($10,150) to go towards helping relief efforts following an earthquake that devastated
Sands China Ltd announced it will be providing an additional, complimentary transportation service for its non-resident construction workers living in
Macau employees unjustifiably dismissed from the workplace will be entitled to claim a maximum of MOP20,000 ($2,500) in compensation, an increase of 4
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