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Resorts World Catskills, New York’s newest commercial casino resort with closest proximity to Manhattan, is seeking motivated candidates to join its team at the luxury casino resort, offering applicants a unique opportunity to work at a destination that draws visitors from across the globe. Resorts World Catskills opened its doors to the public in February and has quickly become the destination of choice for gaming and entertainment in the region. A premier employer for area residents due to its competitive pay and benefits, the casino resort currently employs over 1,500 individuals. “The positions available at Resorts World Catskills provide a unique opportunity to begin an exciting and rewarding career that offers opportunities for continued career growth and development,” said Kevin Kline, Chief Operating Office and General Manager of Resorts World Catskills. “We are looking for talented new team members who exhibit a positive attitude and a desire to learn about positions in the gaming and hospitality industry.” Resorts World Catskills offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance, free on-site parking, subsidized meals, childcare discounts, employee discounts and a 401(K) match, if eligible. In addition, full-time table game dealers could earn up to $40,000 a year as well as substantial growth opportunities at New York’s largest integrated casino resort. The casino resort will hold three job fairs in Orange and Ulster counties this month to hire for a variety of full and part-time positions, including table game dealers. After holding many recruiting events throughout the Hudson Valley, this will be the first time that Resorts World Catskills holds a job fair in Ulster County. The casino resort will be focusing its efforts specifically on striving to be an employer of choice for our veterans’ community by holding a job fair at the American Legion in Middletown, NY. “By employing veterans and their families, we are gaining team members who have skills and training that cannot be duplicated,” said Kline. “We are eager to continue hiring our highly trained veterans and having them play a part in revitalizing the Catskills as a premier travel destination.” Resorts World Catskills currently employs a large number of veterans, many of who will be present at the job fair to share their experienced in their current positions. The luxury integrated resort is hiring for a number of full and part-time positions in all aspects of gaming, food and beverage, hospitality, security and more. The job fairs will be held at the following locations and times: New Paltz, Ulster County When:  Monday, June 18, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Where:  SUNY New Paltz, Multipurpose Room in the Student Union Building, 1 Hawk Drive New Paltz, Ulster County When:  Friday, June 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Where:  SUNY New Paltz, Multipurpose Room in the Student Union Building, 1 Hawk Drive Middletown, Orange County When:  Tuesday, June 26, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Where:  American Legion Post 151, 185 Wawayanda Ave. Resorts World Catskills is an all-season integrated resort destination that features more than 100,000 square feet of Las Vegas style gaming including more than 2,150 slot machines and over 150 live table games. In addition to its expansive gaming area, the casino resort includes 10 varied bar and restaurant experiences, a 332 all-suite hotel, which includes 27 premium accommodations consisting of garden suites, penthouse suites and two-story villas, the Crystal Life Spa, two fitness centers, and the 2,500 seat RW Epicenter. The exclusive third floor VIP gaming area is designed for top-tier players and features a private lounge. Valet and free garage parking are available. Interested candidates for employment are encouraged to register online at . All candidates attending the job fairs are advised to bring a resume and two forms of identification and should come prepared to be processed if they are offered an employment position on the spot. For more information about Resorts World Catskills, please visit .
If you want to take control of your job search & unlock the full potential of a properly optimized LinkedIn Profile to land a new position or promotion this year, I know this upcoming Webinar training, from my friend & colleague Lisa Rangel, can help. Please join her for the: “How to Create Your LinkedIn Profile to Generate 6-Figure Job Interviews Faster” NO-COST TRAINING SESSION (Choose ONE of the following dates) Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. ET OR Thursday, June 21st, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. ET Click here for more details and to register now! Don’t miss Lisa’s only LinkedIn training in June!   Lisa Rangel, Managing Director of and Moderator for LinkedIn's 1,400,000+ member Premium Career Group, is a partner and the leading expert for job seeking executives who want to generate quality job leads for themselves and have recruiters find them. Her Executive LinkedIn Profile training will provide invaluable insight, tips and steps to take to create a LinkedIn Profile that will have hiring managers and corporate decision makers seeking YOU out for the job you've always wanted!  During this Webinar training you will learn: Why the profile you currently have is costing you thousands , if not tens of thousands of dollars, in lost income and what you need to do to fix it to garner higher compensation. Why simply throwing a profile up on LinkedIn is negatively impacting your search   and the 3 little known, proven techniques you need to increase your profile’s visibility on LinkedIn. Why your profile is collecting dust (or worse, sending readers to sleep) and the 7 tactics needed to write an engaging profile   that will have hiring managers scrambling to call you for interviews. How stand out from the other 470+ million LinkedIn profiles and what to include in your LinkedIn Summary   to rise above the sea of competition you face and get the interview call. You will learn that, and much more, when you attend Lisa’s: “How to Create Your LinkedIn Profile to Generate 6-Figure Job Interviews Faster” NO-COST TRAINING SESSION (Choose ONE of the following dates) Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. ET OR Thursday, June 21st, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. ET Click here for more details and to register now! Take advantage of learning insider tips from a recognized LinkedIn expert!
Two-thirds of U.S. employees who cite unclear processes for career advancement are actively looking for new jobs, according to survey of 1,000 people working at companies with more than 1,000 employees. Nintex , the world's leader in intelligent process automation (IPA), reveals in its latest study the most broken processes related career advancement in corporate America. Undefined paths for career advancement lead to poor annual reviews, preventing employees from reaching their full potential, and literally push American workers out the door.   The  study , " Definitive Guide to Corporate America's Most Broken Processes ," found that more than half of employees at U.S. companies with more than 1,000 employees say their company does not define or follow a process for personal career advancement. Sixty-seven percent of those surveyed report that their company's broken processes are preventing them from maximizing their potential. This lack of clarity for individual career advancement also puts unnecessary stress on the employee/supervisor relationship. "Employee loyalty grows when people feel valued and clearly understand what is required for career progression," said  Nintex CEO Eric Johnson . "When it comes to chronic job hopping and employee turnover, it's easy to point blame on the younger generation of workers who are more inclined to switch jobs faster than previous generations. However, our research shows that three of the top five broken processes in America are related to a company's internal ability to manage talent." Activities related to career advancement identified as a broken process by respondents include:   57 percent cite the annual performance review system 55 percent cite access to the tools and documents that enable good job performance 47 percent cite raise negotiations Johnson continued by saying that senior leadership often underestimates the importance of career advancement for entry to mid-level employees. When executive and human resources teams struggle to implement effective annual review systems and raise negotiation processes or fail to provide tools that help employees maximize their potential they will drive employees to look for jobs elsewhere. The newest data from Nintex shows that when organizations realize the importance of improving career advancement processes and act on it, which is easy with today's  workflow and content automation  technologies, they will be better positioned to grow and retain top talent. By simply empowering employees with the right tools, automated processes, and career guidance, business leaders can ensure everyone within an organization is well-equipped to do their very best job. Executive and HR teams can then measure the impact of their improved career advancement programs by looking at rates of internal promotions and employee turnover as well as feedback from employee surveys and exit interviews. The top five most broken processes identified by the Nintex study include: 1) Technology troubleshooting  2) Access to tools and documents that enable good job performance  3) Annual performance reviews 4) Promotions 5) Employee onboarding Learn more by downloading the " Definitive Guide to Corporate America's Most Broken Processes " at .
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