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Wynn Las Vegas nightclub, select outlet workers placed on temporary furlough

Employees to remain receiving full benefits
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Posted at 6:21 PM, May 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-28 21:22:45-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Wynn Resorts report temporary furloughs will be given to employees at certain outlets that are not reopening at the property under Phase 2 guidelines of Nevada's reopening plan.

A spokesperson for the company confirmed that workers at outlets which are closed and not permitted to reopen on June 4, and for which a reopening date is uncertain, will be placed on temporary furlough.

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The outlets not reopening at the resort include Le Reve, the poker room, and nightclubs. But the furloughed workers will receive full benefits during this time, according to the company.

Phase 2 of Nevada's Roadmap to Recovery plan calls for the openings of movie theaters, bowling alleys, restaurant bar areas, and more. However, live performance venues with spectators, nightclubs, and day clubs will remain closed.

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Wednesday, the Wynn Las Vegas announced the property will reopen on June 4 and offer every amenity and outlet that can open under the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan guidelines.

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