The owner of Wynn Las Vegas along with various other properties in the United States and Macau; Wynn Resorts, has announced that it has issued a report on last year’s Environmental, Social, and Governance amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, including its response and activities during the pandemic.
The corporation has provided details of the steps it undertook to not only protect the health and well-being of employees, but also wider areas of assistance, including first responders, medical professionals and vital non-profit organisations.
Wynn Resorts has released the report that reflects the ‘strong corporate values and core behaviours’ that are part of the firm’s business operations and commitment to providing a solution to hospitality industry related issues.
Matt Maddox of Wynn Resorts shared his comments on the report and the importance of company values, particularly during difficult and unprecedented times:
“A company’s response to tough challenges will always be easier, faster and better if its people all share a common set of values. Companies shift and sometimes common goals shift with it. But the values can’t change; they must be enduring. At Wynn Resorts, our values are enduring. They have been with us since our founding and they guide us today.”
According to the report, progress has been made by the firm to achieve its goals relating to Environmental, Social, and Governance, including: the first resort in the world to achieve 100 percent renewable energy status, ranking 9th on the list of top corporate solar installations in the US, “Great Place To Work” certification, more than $20 million in donations to philanthropic causes in its home communities and the creation of two new employee councils that advocate for the LGBTQ and Veteran’s communities among others.