Gambling establishments located in America especially suffer from this phenomenon. Since casinos here are often taken over by other operators, a large number of employees leave their homes immediately after they learn about the change of ownership.
What’s going on?
We will talk about the reasons further – by the way, there are quite a few of them and they can be very different. It all starts from the very low salaries offered to young professionals, and ends with the carelessness of inexperienced and young dealers.
Attempts to retain staff
The casino is thriving, for example, in neighboring Belarus, and the local industry workers told us about modern realities. The first question that is asked to an employee who came with a letter of resignation is what, in fact, are the reasons for changing the casino? If the staff is valued, then the answers are paid enough attention. The reasons, by the way, can be not only objective, but also subjective. In the first case, they were offered a position with a higher salary, in the second, there were personal reasons, for example, conflicts with management. If in the first case it is very difficult to keep a person, then in the second case there are still chances to keep the employee.
The option for the first case is to find out about an offer from a new place of work. Perhaps, if the employee is valuable, it makes sense to make him an equally profitable offer.
Also, management invites an employee who wants to leave his place of work to reflect on the complexity of joining a new team and the need to adapt. Each employee has his own achievements in a gambling establishment – is the game worth the candle, does it make sense to risk what you already have?
Actually, the casino management bears a great responsibility, since competent work with the staff will make it possible to prevent staff turnover. As in any other industry, employees leave casinos for competitors or other areas, often because the administration pays too little attention to them.