Las Vegas Casino Firm Boosts Benefits For Employees

Las Vegas Casino Firm Boosts Benefits For Employees

USA – It has been revealed today that a Las Vegas casino firm; Station Casinos, which employs over eleven-thousand people, has launched a boosted benefit package for employees of its establishments.

Reportedly, the package consists of free healthcare among other perks such as a company paid retirement plan for staff members and close family members of workers.

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Red Rock Resorts, a publicly traded holding company that owns a stake in Station Casinos Bob Finch commented on the announcement:

“Station Casinos is a family run business and our Team Members are like family to us, and we are always looking for ways to make our company an enjoyable and rewarding place to work and looking for ways to attract the best candidates to our properties.”

Finch, who has been involved with Station Casinos for more than thirty years added:

“We are excited to offer our Team Members great healthcare and retirement options so that they and their families are taken care of.  Our Family Focused initiative will truly benefit our Team Members and further enhance our position as the best place to work in Las Vegas.”

Station Casinos is an American hotel and casino gaming company based in Summerlin South, located next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area – a set of large red rock formations visited by 2 million people every year.

The casino brand is one of the largest owners and operators of ‘locals casino’ establishments in Las Vegas, a category of gaming venues built primarily for residents of Las Vegas rather than tourists.

Some of the gaming establishments under the Station Casinos umbrella include; Santa Fe Station, Red Rock Resort, Sunset Station, Graton and Fiesta Rancho.

The oldest Station Casinos establishment is Palace Station; a hotel and casino with over one-thousand hotel rooms and a large Asian following due to being situated near Spring Mountain Road, also known as Chinatown Las Vegas.

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