Bars in Clark County served their last drinks once again following Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order to close at 11:59 p.m. Friday. One bar, Jackson’s Bar Grill, decided to close rather than continue as a restaurant only.
Employees express anger and confusion as Phase One rules return amid Nevada’s coronavirus spike.
The state with the highest unemployment rate in the country as of May is going into its fourth week without a director to run the employment office.
REGO Automotive, Ai-RGUS and GuineaDad are expanding in the Las Vegas Valley, bringing new jobs to the area.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas may be gearing up for layoffs, but representatives of the company downplay the significance of the notification.
The conditional approval of the $17.3 billion deal was unanimous, but the new company will have to divest three properties and maintain its job level for three years.
Despite infections triggering the closure of venues and at least one casino worker death, hotel-casinos aren’t required to share the number of employees who have tested positive.
Las Vegas resort workers say companies aren’t being transparent about sick workers.
A growing number of positive COVID-19 cases among hospitality workers on the Strip has had little effect on many travelers’ vacation plans.
President and CEO Steve Hill, who voluntarily took a 10 percent pay cut when the pandemic set in, wasn’t really expecting a raise when the new fiscal year began.