Sheldon Adelson, of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, has revealed to Las Vegas workers that staff will continue to earn pay and benefits until the end of October. On Wednesday, a letter was sent out, outlining workplace problems as coronavirus started and progressed in Nevada. Therefore, with the organisation having a detrimental influence from the virus, Adelson will continue to assist its workers.
Adelson spoke in the letter about the problems workers face, such as caring for the elderly family or sharing a job with a partner. There’s still confusion about when children should return to school. The combination of these problems has complicated life for many corporate workers.
The corporation is known to have paid their full wages and benefits to the 10,000 staff members of the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas during Nevada ‘s regional closure. The Venetian as well as Palazzo are owned by Las Vegas Sands Corporation along with the Sands Expo & Convention Center.
During a time when most casinos were laying off or furloughing workers, the company compensated for its staff. The organisation reported a 97 percent fall in sales during the closing time period for the Las Vegas Sands Corp. The company had posted sales of $98 million for three months ending in June. It is slightly less than the $3.3 billion raised in 2019 over the same time span.
Employees as well as people at large thanked Adelson for the decision. Employees were delighted to collect the benefits and wages when they were without jobs. Adelson has also been lauded by users on Twitter calling him an upright man. Most users said if they began travelling again they would book a vacation to Adelson owned properties.