Vegas strip resort pays employees $5000 bonus each for work during pandemic

Vegas strip resort pays employees $5000 bonus each for work during pandemic

5/13/2022 10:30:00 PM

Vegas strip resort pays employees $5000 bonus each for work during pandemic

Employees learned of the bonus during a midweek appreciation and awards buffet.

"It's you, every single day, that makes a difference," said Daniel Espino, Cosmopolitan chief people officer. "Whether you clean the rooms, cook the food, are dealing cards, serving drinks, at the front desk."He then revealed the $5000 per employee bonus, as well as vacation trips to San Diego and Hawaii for employees Staci Stafford, a housekeeping trainer, and Samira Harbali, a server. The employees erupted with joy, high-fiving and hugging each other. 

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Las Vegas casino owner surprises 5,000 employees with $5,000 bonusesThe resort said it gave an 'unprecedented' $27 million to its workers during a festive event that was capped off with a 'climatic drumroll' and confetti when Cosmopolitan CEO Bill McBeath made the announcement. How about higher pay instead. Bonuses are distractions for what the company executives are not doing. Nice!

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas resort gives surprise $5,000 bonuses to all 5,400 workersCompany representatives say the all-employee bonus will cost a total of more than $27 million.

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Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas resort gives surprise $5,000 bonuses to all 5,400 workersAll 5,400 employees at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will receive a $5,000 bonus, the resort chief executive announced Wednesday. The American Scheme: Those who do almost nothing are paid almost everything. Those who do almost everything are paid almost nothing. And to disagree with this blatantly wrong system is to be a communist, socialist, etc... I'd call those who oppose this system true Patriots.

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MEGA MILLIONS CALLS WRONG NUMBER, PAUSES PAYOUTS: ‘WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE CONFUSION' "It's you, every single day, that makes a difference," said Daniel Espino, Cosmopolitan chief people officer. "Whether you clean the rooms, cook the food, are dealing cards, serving drinks, at the front desk." He then revealed the $5000 per employee bonus, as well as vacation trips to San Diego and Hawaii for employees Staci Stafford, a housekeeping trainer, and Samira Harbali, a server. The employees erupted with joy, high-fiving and hugging each other.  BABY FORMULA SHORTAGE: PHYSICIAN'S TIPS FOR PARENTS IN NEED "It’s amazing!" said Edgar Rives, a cook for nine years in the employee cafeteria, calling it a "big surprise."  Employees of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas celebrate at an event announcing cash bonuses for employees, Wednesday, May 11, 2022, in Las Vegas. Blackstone, the corporate owner of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, surprised employees at an appreciation ev (AP Photo/John Locher / AP Newsroom) Blackstone, the New York-based private equity firm that owns the property, said the payout would cost a total of $27 million, but that is a drop compared to the $1.6 billion sale of property operations to casino giant MGM Resorts International. MGM owns the two properties flanking the Cosmopolitan, which means it will own a continuous stretch of the strip.