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I work in a Forbes rated, 5 Diamond resort owned by a Fortune 300 company on the Strip in Las Vegas. I bounce around the resort and work all venues from Casino bar to 1 of 9 restaurants in the US that serve certified Kobe beef from Japan. Just throwing out some love for all the other bartenders! AMA

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@WSJ: A court on Wednesday approved a total of $800 million in payouts from casino company MGM Resorts International Inc. and its insurers to more than 4,400 relatives and victims of the Las Vegas Strip shooting that was the deadliest in recent U.S. history https://t.co/UU87Ws9QpL

@WSJ: A court on Wednesday approved a total of $800 million in payouts from casino company MGM Resorts International Inc. and its insurers to more than 4,400 relatives and victims of the Las Vegas Strip shooting that was the deadliest in recent U.S. history https://t.co/UU87Ws9QpL submitted by -en- to newsbotbot [link] [comments]

[Story] I used to hate working 5 days, now I love working 7

I've kinda wanted to post my story in here a few times but never quite found the time. I've used this subreddit on and off to find bumps in morale and hope my journey can be of use to those seeking professional success / motivation.
Around 4 years ago I graduated college to the worst job market since the Great Depression. I quickly was learning how unrealistic landing that "dream job" I was also told I would get would be. After almost 6 months of hustling job interviews, I received an offer to become the Financial Analyst (and later promoted to Senior Financial Analyst) for one of the most premier casinos / casino companies in Las Vegas / the world.
The only problem is I found out that I fucking hated mostly everything about it.
During those years working as an analyst, I learned a lot but constantly hated waking up to put on a suit and drive in traffic to make financial reports. "Salary" positions is the first world form of slavery. I worked long-long hours and many weekends with no upside to it. I didn't find most of my work enjoyable and I'm the type of person that only gets results when I care. I started getting into the idea of creating startup companies early on and constantly worked on my own startups with the hopes to leave corporate world behind.
Working a full job and trying to be received as a respectable entrepreneur is a difficult task both time-wise and overall quality of work. My first startup with my brother failed after a year, my second one launched but had a bad business model (pageviews), and the third in bitcoin was increasingly becoming another unrealistic goal.
In my darkest hours is when my life changed.
I felt like I was pretty close to being fired and/or I really had to move on. I am a terrible interviewer too, so finding the next job never seemed like a reality to me. I'd spent pretty much everything on failed attempts to create companies.
One night I saw a post on the front page "4chan designs some shirts". They were hilarious shirt mockups and the comment section was filled with "I would buy so many of those", so I decided that night to make a survey to see which shirts people actually wanted.
That survey was filled organically thousands of times (which is pretty unheard of) and so I found a local manufacturer, learned about licensing, and pieced together a really crappy website. We launched with over $10k in revenue in the first week. After a month, it became apparent that I needed this to succeed and to take the jump to leave my job. Huge risk.
It's been about 6 months now since launch and I've done (previously unannounced):
I wake up and hang out with my dog all day now. I love online communities, so managing this company is so much more fun than either of my failed startups and prior job. It's a ton of work but I never hate it. I realize now that the aspects of corporate that made my life so miserable was: 1. not being allowed to be myself, 2. wearing that goddamn suit every morning.
Basically I guess the moral of this story is just how unexpected life's changes for the better can be for you. You just have to be ready to take risks at times and be ready to dedicate yourself when the opportunity arrives. I wouldn't be where I am now if I hadn't failed so many times before. The lessons you learn are extremely valuable and make you appreciate the things you have when life gives you a chance to pursue real happiness.
If there's any interest, feel free to AMA about setting up a business rapidly, manufacturing, shipping, or even how to land that "dream" financial job.
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Las Vegas Strip hospitality workers filed a lawsuit against casino operators on Monday, accusing the companies of failing to protect employees from COVID-19, one of the first efforts to hold employers legally responsible for infections as cases in the U.S. surge

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Culinary Union files lawsuit against major Las Vegas Strip casino companies in order to protect workers from the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace

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Lateral transfer in company. How do I approach salary negotiation? Also seeking general career advice.

I'm a Programmer Analyst who's been working for a Casino company in Las Vegas for about 14 months.
I think the title is a bit of a misnomer however. What I had really gotten was an L2 IT Support Position with very minimal coding and a lot of production level support for our company's products, along with a very brutal week long on-call shift about once a month. I'm making roughly 48K in this position.
I was very unsatisfied with the position and pushed myself to create situations in which I could code, such as automating our processes or volunteering to work on bug fixes and quick hit projects. My work was recognized and in the in the past few weeks I've been fielding an offer for a transfer into an L3 Java Development position for our customer relationship management applications.
How do I approach salary negotiations given these circumstances? I'm on fairly good terms with one of my co-workers in the L2 space and he disclosed that he makes almost 10K more than me when they hired him a year previously. I kick myself for not bargaining for a higher salary in the first place, so I thought this might be an opportunity to do better.
The problem is that I feel like my bargaining chip may be low since I don't have a ton of experience and they can move me laterally without any change in title. Honestly, I might just take the job regardless because it's more in line with what I want to do, but I would like to bargain for a salary closer to 60K or even higher. I'm not really sure what's realistic given the circumstances but I want to make sure I take the right steps and approach this properly!
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Las Vegas Strip hospitality workers filed a lawsuit against casino operators on Monday, accusing the companies of failing to protect employees from COVID-19, one of the first efforts to hold employers legally responsible for infections as cases in the U.S. surge

Las Vegas Strip hospitality workers filed a lawsuit against casino operators on Monday, accusing the companies of failing to protect employees from COVID-19, one of the first efforts to hold employers legally responsible for infections as cases in the U.S. surge submitted by doppl to GoodRisingTweets [link] [comments]

Some of the biggest resorts and casinos in Las Vegas have closed, with MGM Resorts shutting down Bellagio, Aria, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano, Mirage, New York New York, Luxor and Excalibur. The company won't take reservations prior to May 1.

Some of the biggest resorts and casinos in Las Vegas have closed, with MGM Resorts shutting down Bellagio, Aria, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano, Mirage, New York New York, Luxor and Excalibur. The company won't take reservations prior to May 1. submitted by OliverMarkusMalloy to CoronavirusLasVegas [link] [comments]

The GOP’s Sheldon Adelson is the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, & is the parent company of Venetian Macao Limited, which operates Nevada’s Venetian Resort Hotel Casino and The Sands Expo & Convention Center

The GOP’s Sheldon Adelson is the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, & is the parent company of Venetian Macao Limited, which operates Nevada’s Venetian Resort Hotel Casino and The Sands Expo & Convention Center submitted by Hunter-Bywatt to u/Hunter-Bywatt [link] [comments]

TIL the majority of the casinos in Las Vegas are owned by just two companies that have been at war with each other for decades.

TIL the majority of the casinos in Las Vegas are owned by just two companies that have been at war with each other for decades. submitted by fugazithehax to todayilearned [link] [comments]

@AP: RT @APWestRegion: A settlement has been reached in a 15-year breach-of-contract battle between Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas casino company and a Hong Kong businessman. https://t.co/12Sn67iC9S

@AP: RT @APWestRegion: A settlement has been reached in a 15-year breach-of-contract battle between Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas casino company and a Hong Kong businessman. https://t.co/12Sn67iC9S submitted by -en- to newsbotbot [link] [comments]

Actually I work in a Forbes rated, 5 Diamond resort owned by a Fortune 300 company on the Strip in Las Vegas. I bounce around the resort and work all venues from Casino bar to 1 of 9 restaurants in the US that serve certified Kobe beef from Japan. Just throwing out some love for all the other ...

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Actually I work in a Forbes rated, 5 Diamond resort owned by a Fortune 300 company on the Strip in Las Vegas. I bounce around the resort and work all venues from Casino bar to 1 of 9 restaurants in the US that serve certified Kobe beef from Japan. Just throwing out some love for all the other bartenders!
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@NPR: The company that owns the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas has asked federal courts to declare that it is not liable in the October 2017 mass shooting carried out by a gunman staying at Mandalay Bay. https://t.co/HUVLtLknSr

@NPR: The company that owns the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas has asked federal courts to declare that it is not liable in the October 2017 mass shooting carried out by a gunman staying at Mandalay Bay. https://t.co/HUVLtLknSr submitted by -en- to newsbotbot [link] [comments]

[World] - Authorities say the suspect in the shooting of two people at a Las Vegas casino company picnic was arrested in Texas | NZ Herald

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[World] - Authorities say the suspect in the shooting of two people at a Las Vegas casino company picnic was arrested in Texas

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[Business] - Authorities say the suspect in the shooting of two people at a Las Vegas casino company picnic was a

[Business] - Authorities say the suspect in the shooting of two people at a Las Vegas casino company picnic was a submitted by AutoNewsAdmin to TWTauto [link] [comments]

(ABC) Lawsuit dropped between Elaine Wynn and ex's former company | A years-long boardroom battle involving the company founded by embattled former Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn and his ex-wife has settled on the brink of the start of trial in Nevada state court

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[Business] - Authorities say the suspect in the shooting of two people at a Las Vegas casino company picnic was a | Washington Times

[Business] - Authorities say the suspect in the shooting of two people at a Las Vegas casino company picnic was a | Washington Times submitted by AutoNewspaperAdmin to AutoNewspaper [link] [comments]

@AP: RT @APWestRegion: A disgruntled worker accused of shooting two Las Vegas casino employees at a company picnic, killing one, is caught in Texas after days on the run. https://t.co/gSdIq5pbsB

@AP: RT @APWestRegion: A disgruntled worker accused of shooting two Las Vegas casino employees at a company picnic, killing one, is caught in Texas after days on the run. https://t.co/gSdIq5pbsB submitted by -en- to newsbotbot [link] [comments]

ELI5:Why is a hotel/casino as large as Caesars Palace (and its parent company) in Las Vegas in $19BILLION of debt?

How, why and whos fault is it? Where does the money come from? Are they that terrible at business? A casino should make money no? WTF?!
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(ABC) Las Vegas Sands Paying $7M to Settle Corrupt Practices Probe | U.S. authorities say billionaire Sheldon Adelson's casino company is paying almost $7 million to settle a foreign corrupt practices investigation of the firm's former relationship with a consultant in Macao and China

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