Las Vegas, Nevada – Casino workers will receive panic buttons


Posted on the 8th of July 2018

Las Vegas, Nevada – Casino workers will receive panic buttons

In a effort to provide a safer working environment for employees (namely housekeepers and cocktail servers), MGM Resorts International and Caesar’s Entertainment are giving their workers panic buttons to immediately report any cases of abuse or sexual harassment that they might encounter on the job. A survey of 10,000 casino workers conducted in May 2018, showed that 59% of Las Vegas cocktail servers and 27% of the hotel housekeepers have experienced sexual harassment by guests, managers or other persons during work hours. The panic buttons will be given to 36,000 service workers at the Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, the Mirage, MGM Grand, Caesar’s Palace and other casinos. When the panic button is pressed, it will send a message to the manager containing the name and the room number of the employee who is reporting harassment.

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