Harrah's Entertainment trims its workforce

March 2007
International Gaming & Wagering;Mar2007, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports that Harrah's Entertainment has eliminated about 200 jobs in its office in Las Vegas, Nevada. The move was made to address the rapid growth and rising overhead costs. Sources said that 140 employees had been let go, while 60 unfilled positions would be eliminated. The firm stated that the job cuts had nothing to do with the planned buyout of Harrah's by two private equity groups.


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