Wynn has announced this week that it will give job preference to hundreds of Suffolk Downs employees if the proposed $1.6 billion Wynn Resort in Everett is granted a Massachusetts gaming license.
In addition to jobs, Wynn will also offer a comprehensive training program to Suffolk Down workers who choose to join Wynn.
“Our commitment of jobs to Suffolk Downs workers is further proof that a five-star Wynn Resort in Everett will have the most positive employment and economic impact in the region,” said Robert DeSalvio, senior vice president of development at Wynn. “The training program we are offering racetrack workers is a valuable component. For many, this will be the pathway to a new career.”
The 5-star Wynn Resort in Everett will generate more than 4,000 permanent jobs, 14,300 one-time construction jobs and drive more than $4 billion in revenue to other local businesses over five years—numbers that are significantly higher than any other proposed gaming resort in the state.
Employees at Wynn Resorts are recognized as having among the best and most envied compensation and benefit packages in the resort industry. The amount of time employees stay working at Wynn far exceed industry standards and it’s not uncommon to see multiple generations of the same family working at Wynn. The company has received many recognitions for its unique and supportive workplace culture including being named “Best Place to Work in Las Vegas” (Las Vegas Review Journal) and “One of the World’s Most Admired Companies” (FORTUNE Magazine).