Meetings & Information

Invitation to National Conference on Govt-Sponsored Casinos and Lotteries

Message from Les Bernal
National Director,
Stop Predatory Gambling :
I'm writing to encourage you to attend an important national conference on government-sponsored gambling being held this summer titled "Gambling Addiction and Society: Thinking Anew."


Massachusetts Gam[bl]ing Commission

Check the Gambling Commission site for changes and updates:
http://www.mass.gov/gaming/


You may submit your comments to the commission at: mgccomments@state.ma.us




Sunday, January 15, 2012

Hollywood Casino Toledo Hiring Start Date Unknown

The Hollywood Casino Toledo, lacking a state license, start date unknown, is seeking to hire -

1,200 workers

although the total is unclear, it is nowhere close to the multitudes estimated in Massachusetts.

Casino to host three job fairs in January
By Rob Wiercinski
Posted by Mackenzie Duncan


TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) – The Hollywood Casino Toledo is still looking to hire 1,200 workers and is hosting three job fairs for area residents who are interested in starting a career at the grand opening this spring. More than 27,000 applications have been submitted online but the majority of positions are still available in every department. The job fair will focus on positions in food and beverage, maintenance and janitorial, security and surveillance, gaming operations and finance.


Hiring will take place in the upcoming months.

"We're looking for around eight or 900 people still. We've got a good four or 500 down, but need eight or 900 more," explained Herndon.

That includes more than 300 people to be hired for various food and beverage positions to run three restaurants and a deli inside the complex.

"More specifically, it's our sous chef positions, cooks, bussers, servers...really all those classifications within that," said Herndon.

Due to uncertainty surrounding the state licensing process, it is unclear exactly when the casino will open for business.

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