Wednesday, August 17, 2022


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Galaxy denies favoring non-local workers in Cotai construction


Galaxy Entertainment has issued a statement denying allegations that it favored non-local construction workers as it transferred them from the Phase 3

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Sands China to repatriate Filipino workers


Sands China is organizing a flight to repatriate some 130 Filipino workers stranded in Macau due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to local media reports.

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Stranded Filipinos anxious about economic futures


Reports from both Macau and Manila highlight that Filipino workers are among the most anxious and vulnerable in regard to the economic and transportat

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Macau to face worker shortages


Macau is likely to face a shortfall of about 7,525 workers by 2020, with vacancies most likely to be in senior and middle management, according to a government survey.

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IPI won’t meet deadline with current worker shortage


Imperial Pacific’s vice president for construction is concerned the company will not be able to meet the deadline to complete the casino and hotel p

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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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Imperial Pacific seeks more worker visas


Casino operator Imperial Pacific International Holdings is asking the US government to ease the visa cap for overseas workers in order to support its

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Foreign worker crisis to hurt BSI


Some 1,300 foreign workers in Saipan will be “shepherded out” by October, amid an ongoing contract worker crisis in the Commonwealth. The crisis h

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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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U.S. Court dismisses appeal filed by 500 guest workers of Tinian Dynasty


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

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Filipino senator requests examination of CoD employee suspensions


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

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Macau Labour Affairs Bureau to hold on-the-job training programs for casino staff


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,

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Casino oversupply concern is underappreciated says MS analysts


Morgan Stanley says investors are too focused on weekly data for signs of bottoming revenue, while the risk of significant margin dilution due to high

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Nepalese team members of Sands China raise money for earthquake aid


Nepalese team members of Sands China Ltd have raised MOP81,000 ($10,150) to go towards helping relief efforts following an earthquake that devastated

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Sands China provides additional transportation service for construction workers


Sands China Ltd announced it will be providing an additional, complimentary transportation service for its non-resident construction workers living in

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Compensation limit increased for workers unfairly dismissed


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

Macau employment rates remain stable during December to February


Macau’s unemployment and underemployment rates remained stable during December to February from the previous period, data from the Statistics and Ce

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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

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