The casino companies have signed a personnel exchange agreement to optimise human resources.
South Korea.- The government-operated companies Grand Korea Leisure and Kangwon Land have signed an agreement on a limited exchange of personnel as part of the government’s strategy to enhance human resources.
The agreement involves an initial stage in which one employee from each company will be exchanged to the other for a period of one year, beginning in October.
The intention is to then create a system that will lead to additional exchanges in the future.
For the first stage, GKL is dispatching one of its experts on casino floor surveillance, while Kangwon Land is dispatching an expert on the prevention of gambling addiction.
Shin Dong-Hoon, head of Kangwon Land’s human resources department, said in a statement: “I look forward to creating a safe and healthy casino environment through personnel exchanges between public institutions.”
GKL’s CEO, Yoo Tae-Yeol, said: “Through personnel exchanges we hope that the two organizations will learn and spread their operational know-how in various fields and that this may become an opportunity for mutual development.”