Resorts World Sentosa reduces jobs

Malaysian Genting Group faced an 80 percent of drop in its incomes during the first quarter of 2016.

Singapore.- Genting Group, operators of the Resorts World Sentosa, in the paradise island of Singapore, announced the cutting of 400 job positions in the casino due to the financial crisis the venue is going through.

The company has been facing major revenue’s issues, as the first quarter of this year noted an 80 percent of decline, to US$7.9 million. In this context Genting Group fired 150 croupiers, 200 supervisors and 25 pit managers from the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore.

“Together with Workforce Development Agency and Singapore Tourism Board, MOM is working closely with both the company and union to render assistance to the affected employees,” published a spokesperson at the ministry of work.