Thousands Report to Work at Encore Boston Harbor

Monday marked the biggest day to date for
Encore Boston Harbor and its crew of 4,800 employees as they reported to work
at the resort site for the first time, and existing employees and the executive
team moved into offices at the Encore tower.

After many job fairs, interviews,
discussions and trainings, approximately 4,800 active employees were brought on
board at the new Encore Boston Harbor resort casino site on Monday, June 3 –
the first day that work began in earnest at the $2.2 billion resort, which
opens June 23.

It also marked the first day for existing
workers and the executive to move out of their long-time offices at Station
Landing and into offices at the resort tower.

From shuttle drivers to blackjack dealers to
employee cafeteria chefs to Encore President Bob DeSalvio, most everyone with a
job to do at Encore was on site Monday.

“On Monday, we were able to move into the
resort,” said President Bob DeSalvio. “We now have 4,800 incredibly

excited and enthusiastic employees preparing to receive our guests. This
is truly a magical time in the building, as employees embark on new careers
that positively impact not only their lives but also their families. I’m seeing
a lot of smiling faces this week.”

Employees have been busy getting acclimated
to their jobs for the past few weeks, training in massive conferences off-site
in local venues and in Boston function halls. Monday marked the first day they
could begin training onsite, getting their uniforms from the state-of-the-art
clothing check system.

To date, Encore representatives said they
have brought on 4,800 employees, but they are not yet finished.

They still have
offers out to another 700 employees, and are looking to employee another 300
employees. That number includes dealers and others throughout the organization.

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Thousands Report to Work at Encore Boston Harbor

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