Recently, Wynn Resorts has reached settlements with the Nevada Gaming Control Board and Resorts World Las Vegas, related to sexual misconduct allegations against former CEO and Founder Steve Wynn.
The NGCB released the filing of a disciplinary complaint and settlement this week in which it revealed it is to fine the company, following the allegation dating back 14 years in which ex executives failed to act.
Recently, Wynn issued a statement in the Media, said: “The completion of the NGCB’s investigation of the response of certain employees to allegations against our founder and former CEO Steve Wynn.
“We have fully cooperated and have been transparent with the board in this depth investigation. We look forward to appearing before the Nevada Gaming Commission to review the settlement, establish the final resolution of the investigation.
“Upon learning of the extent of the allegations, the new leadership of Wynn Resorts took immediate action to ensure an open and safe work environment for all employees and made dramatic changes at every level of Key decision making in the company.”
Michael Levoff, Senior Vice President of Public affairs and development at Genting, said: “Genting Resorts World Las Vegas project will be launching point for the next generation of integrated resorts, and the aesthetics of the project will play an important role in its future success.
Michael Weaver, Chief Communication officer of Wynn Resorts, said: “Wynn Resorts World renowned signature architecture and design are among the elements that have built our brands reputation for excellence.