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Caesars Employees to be Sacked for Not Wearing Face Masks

Caesars Entertainment Corp. made wearing a face mask or other kind of face-covering by its labors a condition of employment. This is amid criticism received from Nevada lawmakers and regulators that most businesses are not doing enough to aid curb the advance of the pandemic.

In a memo that was shared with Caesars workers, Tony Rodio, company CEO, said that failure to wear a mask “at work will result in termination of employment.”

The casino operator has enforced a universal mask policy at its properties across North America. They stated that “every one that is indoors at its properties is required to wear masks at all times, except when they eat or drink.” The policy applies to all “employees, contractors, vendors, guests, and also passers-by.”

News that Caesars will fire employees that fail to wear their face masks occurred after Nevada investigators had reported that less than half of the trades across the state seen on July 2 obeyed with Gov.

Caesars Employees

Nevada’s casinos were permitted to reopen from the 4th of June and various major casino resorts along with the Las Vegas Strip are now in operation. The Silver State ranks amongst the states with the wildest rising rates of new cases of coronavirus.

Strong Action to be taken against Non-Compliant Workers

Caesars’ CEO said, In the recent company memo, that their team “are doing an outstanding job obeying with the mask policy” and that they are impressed that “guests are rapidly adjusting to the rule.”

Mr. Rodio also noted that the casino operative is working to achieve a 100% compliance with the guests at its properties. Also, he warned that Caesars will take “strong action if any of its team members disrupt the rule to continually wear their masks at work excluding when they eat or drink.”

The casino executive strongly stressed that they will dismiss any non-compliant worker’s contract to “highlight the importance with which everyone must take the efforts to aid reduce the spread of Covid-19 at work and communities.”

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