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18,000 Layoffs

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Team Members who are getting Laid Off, Terminated, Discontinued, Resigned with/without Giving 14 Days’ Notice, and End of Contract are added to a “Dreaded Employment Blacklist” maintained by the MGM Resorts International Corporation’s Security and Background Investigations Department. This list of Employment Blacklist Database is maintained by an MGM Corporate Security Guard and a Sr Investigator named Timothy Shalhoob (Tim). Tim Shalhoob is sharing this Employment Blacklist Database with other Las Vegas C-sino Security Department Personnel to prevent former MGM Team members joining other c-sino companies. MGM Resorts International Corp., Legal Department Vice President General Counsel Mr. John McManus, and his staff of Corporate attorneys are aware, but they are encouraging to disregard Nevada Revised Statute NRS 613.210. MGM Resorts International Corporation is in Violation of “NRS 613.210 Blacklist Unlawful.”

Post ID: @1uny+16GMrquy

MGM Resorts will lay off 18,000 of its furloughed employees starting next week

On Friday, MGM Resorts International told its staff it would lay off 18,000 of its furloughed employees in the US starting on Monday.

According to a letter sent from CEO Bill Hornbuckle to MGM Resorts employees, the company employed 52,000 full-time and 18,000 part-time workers in the US as of late last year, Reuters reported.

"Federal law requires companies to provide a date of separation for furloughed employees who are not recalled within six months. Regrettably, August 31, marks (that) date," Hornbuckle said.

Hornbuckle said that laid off employees will remain on the company's recall list and will retain benefits and seniority if they are rehired by the end of next year.

"While the immediate future remains uncertain, I truly believe that the challenges we face today are not permanent," Hornbuckle wrote in the letter.

In July, gambling revenue was down 39% from last year, a slump spurred by the lower numbers of vacationers and visitors during pandemic restrictions, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Due to the pandemic, MGM had to shut down all of its c-sinos and furlough about 62,000 employees in the US in March.

Tens of thousands of employees were rehired when pandemic restrictions eased and c-sinos were able to reopen. However, 18,000 of its workers will no longer be employed by MGM starting next week.

MGM adds to the growing list of companies that are laying off large numbers of employees.

Post ID: @1sat+16GMrquy

MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL IS A STUPID COMPANY TO WORK FOR. Do not ever apply for this stupid company.

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