Eagle Mountain Casino to host job fair

The job fair will take place at the Employment Connection in Porterville.
The job fair will take place at the Employment Connection in Porterville.

The hiring event will take place on July 14 with more than 100 positions available.

US.- The new Eagle Mountain Casino in Porterville, California, will host a hiring event in July, looking to fill more than 100 positions. The job fair is scheduled for Thursday July 14 from 9am to 12pm at Employment Connection, Porterville.

Postions are available in different areas of the casino, which is due to open in fall. Owned and operated by the Tule River Tribe, it will have 1,750 slot machines, 20 table games, a 2,000-seat event centre, a River Steak House restaurant and a sports and bar grill. A second phase will include a 125-room hotel and a 20,000 Sq. ft conference space.

Recently, another California casino announced job fairs for this month. The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa in Cabazon is seeking to fill 150 positions. The first job fair was on July 5, followed by another event on July 19.

Mobile sports betting makes it to California ballot

On November 8, Californians will be able to vote on two ballot measures to legalise sports betting. That’s after the California Secretary of State’s Office reclassified the California Solutions to Homeless and Mental Health Solutions Act as an “eligible statewide ballot measure, adding mobile betting to the ballot.

The new initiatives that will be added to the ballot would let bettors use mobile apps to bet on sports. A previous, separate item would allow sports wagering in person at tribal casinos and the state’s four horse tracks. If both initiatives pass in November, they could both be implemented only if they are determined not to be in conflict with each other.

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