Casino operator of MGM Resorts International informed its staff in August that is would lay off 18,000 furloughed employees in the U.S. as the coronavirus-induced travel reductions hurt its operations. MGM employed almost 52,000 fulltime and 18,000 part-time workers in the U.S. as of December 31, 2019. MGM was forced to close all of its casinos and furlough about 62,000 of its workers in the U.S. in March because of the coronavirus lockdowns. It brought back many of its employees when its casinos opened for business as some of the restrictions eased, but it still had to leave many thousands on furlough.
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