Macau Casino Employees Will Be Able To Be In Gambling Places Only During Working Hours
Macau legislative assembly planned on tuesday december 18 final reading and voting about the government bill offering to ban gambling facilities in non-working hours.
It is assumed that new rules, if they are taken, will be distributed by 54,000 macao casino workers.
Earlier, government representatives said that the draft law was aimed at overcoming problems with gambling among casino workers, especially among the croupier.
According to the draft law, some employees working on casino operators, but at the same time do not take part in geymning operations (cleaners, guards and t. D.), are also included in this list along with other employes of the gameigna industry.
However, on employees who work on outsourcing and provide services within gambling establishments, this prohibition does not apply.
The draft law provides that macau igor’s employees will be allowed to play gambling in local casinos only in the first three days of the annual holiday period of the chinese new year. They will also be allowed to enter the territory of casino-objects by unexpected time to pass professional training, training or participation in the organization’s events.
The bill offers employees a grace period for a period of 12 monhs to adapt to restrictions.
One of the main issues about the bill is associated with the problematic implementation of its implementation. The legislative assembly states that the local dicj regulator will be entrusted to act as a decision on this ban. This refers to the direction of special dicj inspectors in gambling establishments to determine and prevent potential disorders.
The draft law does not provide for the creation of a database with all casino employees on which the ban is applied.
Recall that sands china ltd, a branch of las vegas sands corp, on august 5, announced the start of a large-scale campaign to raise awareness of its employees in the workplace.