Madalin Bay

Bay of Madalin

Workers at Mandalay Bay see Las Vegas schedule shortened after filming Serena Talledo came to work in Mandalay Bay on Wednesday afternoons and was immediately accompanied to a managerial group. In a few moments she was told that MGM Resorts International was withdrawing her from her full-time reception. Hardening the firm after October 1 1 firing, its warden said.

And Talledo isn't alone. Some others in their reception area - as well as others in different areas, such as the visitor service and the belfry - have been substantially reduced, their manager commented. Rather than dismissing them directly, the firm has put them on a kind of back-up register that converts a staff mix into random ly available shiftwork during each workweek.

She worked off the same spare parts for the first two and finally made herself a full-time job. "I' m back to where I started," Talledo said. Although she was outraged on Wednesday, Talledo said the staff saw this approach. There have been rumours since last weekend. But on Wednesday after MGM had released its third quarterly results, everyone began to get the message.

As Grumbling said to the investors this mornings that the company's long-term prospects are tough and it is planning to raise the dividend to spenders, he said the last three month of the year would be poor due to the shoot. He is fortunate. She is almost certain that she will not keep her Mandalay Bay work.

Apart from the heartlessness with which the firm dealt with its editing, she said that the work at the writing table was very hard after the filming. She either responds to criticisms of MGM by the audience or she has to polite disregard gross jokes about the shootings, like a customer who asked whether he was in his third year of life.

Mehr zum Thema