Treat Casino Employees With Respect This Labor Day. Casino workers can work under extreme circumstances. Those who work under abusive conditions include harassment, racism, sexual harassment, hostile work environments, and more. Between interactions with management and patrons, many days of working at a casino can be torturous, no matter how nice and hospitable they are. This is why NETG offers a request: Treat Casino Employees Respectfully.
Sure, every workplace has its problems, but most don’t have to deal with drunk, entitled loud-mouths who expect more than they are willing to wager. And through it all, many give excellent service back with a smile.
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Changes In The Casino
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many casino employees were being counted on to keep you safe and healthy. So much additional cleaning was done and continued for your safety. These employees were on the front line for us. Greet them with a smile and thank them for the job they do.
Today, let’s take a moment to treat all of New England’s Casino employees with a little more kindness, a little more consideration, and a lot more respect. Then maybe we can start a trend in the casino or our workplace.
Treat Casino Employees With Respect This Labor Day
Too many people think casinos are places strictly for gambling, but they offer several jobs unrelated to the business. While we interact with casino employees, casinos contain many amenities and extras. Restaurants, bars, retail shops, hotels, banks, and spas include various available positions and behind-the-scenes jobs. For example, retail, spas, and event ushers look for positive interaction with their guests.
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It’s not just here in New England. AC, Vegas, and everywhere in America’s casinos – show appreciation for excellent service and help. Make some casino employee’s day a great one today.
Happy Labor Day, America.