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While Revel, the resort, argues that the re-applications have to do with making workers "less complacent," they aren't doing the same with executive suite that's much easier to get comfortable in.

Should front-line casino resort workers have to reapply for their jobs?

That’s what the new $2 billion-plus Revel casino resort in Atlantic City is requiring for “front-line” workers such as dealers, cocktail waitresses, valet parkers and front-desk clerks. Resort owner Kevin DeSanctis told me before the resort opened in April that the idea was customer-service driven, so that employees wouldn’t become too complacent and lose their enthusiasm.


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