Hard Rock Casino To Pay $1M In Bonuses

By Ben Hamill - February 04 2021
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Hard Rock Casino To Pay 1M In Bonuses

Atlantic City’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino earlier this week announced that despite the challenges posed by the global health crisis, employees will for the second year in a row receive bonus payments for their hard work and loyalty to the company. Bonuses will be paid to all frontline employees, confirmed the operator on Tuesday, and will be paid from a $1 million+ pot.

As for how the bonuses will be distributed, Hard Rock has revealed that all hourly employees will be paid a $250 bonus, with permanently contracted salary-earning workers as well as supervisors due to receive $500. Members of management will be paid bonuses to the value of $1,000. All of the bonus money payable will be settled in addition to workers’ paychecks at the end of the week.

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Atlantic City’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino earlier this week announced that despite the challenges posed by the global health crisis, employees will for the second year in a row receive bonus payments for their hard work and loyalty to the company. Bonuses will be paid to all frontline employees, confirmed the operator on Tuesday, and will be paid from a $1 million+ pot.

As for how the bonuses will be distributed, Hard Rock has revealed that all hourly employees will be paid a $250 bonus, with permanently contracted salary-earning workers as well as supervisors due to receive $500. Members of management will be paid bonuses to the value of $1,000. All of the bonus money payable will be settled in addition to workers’ paychecks at the end of the week.

People-Driven Success

Hard Rock International chairman Jim Allen recently thanked employees for their hard work and commitment towards the success of the New Jersey-based property. He did this via a virtual meeting, and congratulated employees on their efforts, which he said had helped the business make a strong comeback from the aftereffects of a truly difficult year in the company’s history. Allen said the company recognised that its success has been the direct result of the dedication shown by its workers.

Employees at Hard Rock’s Atlantic City property have been following specific and strict health and safety protocols, which has ultimately ensured a hassle-free reopening. The Hard Rock group had invested millions of dollars into putting the necessary safeguards in place so as to protect the property, its workers, and its guests.

Hard Work Always Pays

The hard work and investments made the group and its employees certainly appear to have paid off, with a recent press release confirming the New Jersey facility to have enjoyed record-high customer service scores following a successful re-opening.

Employees were well looked after by the owners of Hard Rock International, the Seminole Tribe of Florida. The tribe contributed more than $90 million in relief funding, which funding was distributed across its portfolio of properties. This money was used to pay and retain staff during periods of closures, extend employee benefits, and even make possible the handing out of grocery gift vouchers as a part of the group’s disaster management efforts.

Hard Rock’s commitment to its employees is exceptional – and especially so when taking into account exactly how hard Atlantic City had been hit by the global health crisis. Not only did they receive the re-opening green light much later than most other casinos, but they’ve also had to make do with only 25% of their usual capacity in terms of customer attendance.

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