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Steve Wynn Harassment Case Results in Regulation for Gaming Licensees

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February 22, 2020, Las Vegas Review Journal, by Richard N. Velotta –

One of the last chapters of the Steve Wynn sexual harassment scandal that began two years ago comes to a close next week.

A new gaming regulation that will take effect March 1 requires licensed operators with more than 15 employees to have a policy addressing the prohibition of all forms of discrimination and harassment available for inspection by Nevada regulators.

“It’s just a matter that those that have policies need to take a look and make sure they adhere to what this new regulation says, and if they’ve been in compliance with requirements for NERC and EEOC, they should be in pretty good shape,” she said.

Welch said it’s unclear just how vigorously the Control Board intends to enforce the new rule. What is clear is that the chair or the chair’s designee, through the board, can punish a licensee if it doesn’t have such a policy in place. To read entire article click here.

Wynn harassment case results in regulation for gaming licensees

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