Boyd Gaming to lay off hundreds at downtown Las Vegas hotels


The coronavirus casino closure is ending, with cards to be dealt, dice to roll and slot jackpots to win starting Thursday in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada. (June 4)

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LAS VEGAS – A decline in travel between Hawaii and Southern Nevada has led U.S. casino company Boyd Gaming to cut almost 300 workers at two downtown hotels.

In letters to Nevada unemployment officials, Boyd revealed 284 employees

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Alaska Airlines to furlough or lay off more employees as COVID-19 grips travel industry

As federal aid for airlines runs out and negotiations over more coronavirus relief stall, Alaska Airlines has begun cutting nearly 450 more flight attendants and other employees from its payroll while borrowing $1.3 billion from the U.S. Treasury.

The furloughs, first reported by online aviation magazine The Points Guy, were hardly unexpected. In June, Seattle-based Alaska announced it would begin slashing 3,000 jobs from its 23,000-person workforce starting at the

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74% of hotels will lay off more employees without further aid

As devastated industries wait for Congress to pass another round of COVID-19 recovery legislation, a new survey of American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) members shows that the hotel industry remains on the brink of collapse because of the pandemic. Results show 68 percent of hotels have less than half of their typical, pre-crisis staff working full time, and without further governmental assistance, 74 percent of respondents said they would

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74% of hotels may lay off more workers without Congress stimulus deal: AHLA

Layoffs continue to loom for hotel workers.

As many as 74% of hotels would be forced to lay off employees – in addition to those that have already been laid off at the height of the coronavirus pandemic – if they don’t get access to government funding, according to a new survey by the American Hotel and

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Hotels may have to lay off more employees amid COVID-19, per survey


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Nearly three-quarters of hotels will have to lay off more employees than they already have during the coronavirus pandemic if they don’t receive additional government funding, according to a new survey.

Seventy-four percent of respondents to an American Hotel & Lodging Association survey of its members said they would

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