Wynn not renewing some middle and senior-level contracts

Wynn Resorts won’t be renewing some middle and senior-level management contracts, most of which are related to overseas staff, in line with its strategy of long-term succession and localisation.

Some Wynn managers let go, says firm (GGR Asia)

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