Hard Rock Casino pampers its employees with $10 million in bonuses

At a recent public meeting, management at Atlantic City’s iconic Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, formerly known as the Trump Taj Mahal, announced that it would soon reward its employees with bonuses worth a total of 10 million dollars. Hard Rock International has already awarded some employees up to $20,000 in cash.

The firm that owns, manages and operates the New Jersey-based casino said its employees deserved the bonuses because of their “extraordinary work” and the “outstanding results” Hard Rock International has achieved in recent months.

Bonuses paid to employees of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City…

…for the third year in a row! The payment of such bonuses seems to have become a tradition for employees of the casino owned and operated by Hard Rock International in New Jersey. Over the past three years, the total amount of bonuses paid by the firm has reached a whopping $25 million. The employees of the establishment could not have expected better reward for their hard work.

The incredible talent of our team members, the quality of their service and their interpersonal skills, have made Hard Rock International happy since our arrival in Atlantic City ” said George Goldhoff, the newly appointed president of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City.

I’m thrilled to be starting a new chapter in my career with a team that continues to deliver success after success. Our motto is Love All, Serve All, and there’s no doubt that’s what has made Hard Rock so successful here in Atlantic City. ” he concluded at a Town Hall meeting attended by thousands of workers, both union and non-union.

Hard Rock International Voted America’s Best Employer by Forbes

George Goldhoff made a point of to thank all his employees for their commitment, dedication and enthusiasm, stating that the payment of bonuses is intended to encourage them to continue their excellent work.

It should be noted that Hard Rock International was named best large employer in the United States by the business magazine Forbes for the seventh year in a row. To show how much it cares about its employees, the company implemented a $100 million investment plan in 2022. The goal of this measure was to significantly increase the salaries of its U.S.-based employees.

In 2022, Atlantic City’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino ranked second in revenue among the nine casinos in the seaside city on New Jersey’s Atlantic coast.

Kayleigh Williams