MGM Resorts International hailed its inclusion on Forbes’ list of 750 Best Employers in the World for 2020, being the only business to make the cut on the Las Vegas Strip.
The casino operator was ranked at 107, and followed up by placing eighteenth out of a total of 500 organisations in a previous study conducted by the US business magazine earlier this year to recognise America’s best large employers.
Forbes partnered with market research firm Statista again to compile their fourth annual list of the world ‘s best employers in order to conduct the survey.
They surveyed 160,000 full-time and part-time staff from 58 countries employed in various nations or regions for companies with operations. The final list consists of 750 large and multinational companies headquartered in 45 countries.
Other US organisations listed in the category ‘Travel & Leisure’ include Marriott International, number 28, Royal Caribbean Cruises, number 134, the 170 Hyatt Hotels and Intercontinental Hotels Group, number 219.
Jyoti Chopra, MGM Resorts chief people, inclusion and sustainability officer said: “We are honoured to receive this prestigious ranking from Forbes.
“We have the most talented, resilient and skilled employees in our industry and this recognition is a testament to their dedication and commitment to guest service, to caring for one another and for our company. This news marks a moment of great pride for the people of MGM.”
With 247 employers called, the United States dominated the list, followed by Europe with 224 and Asia and Oceania with 208. In first place, South Korea’s Samsung was ranked, followed by American Amazon and IBM at two and three.