Resorts and Bally's casino to hold job fair - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Resorts and Bally's casino to hold job fair

There is a wide selection of positions available and the Employment Team will be on hand to answer questions, provide information and interview. There is a wide selection of positions available and the Employment Team will be on hand to answer questions, provide information and interview.

(WMC) - Resorts and Bally's Casinos are joining together to communicate employment opportunities to employees who will be displaced when a local Tunica casino closes in June.

The two casinos will host a job fair which will be held at Resorts Casino on Wednesday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

There is a wide selection of positions available and the Employment Team will be on hand to answer questions, provide information and interview.

If individuals are unable to attend the job fair, they can visit www.resortstunica.com or www.ballystunica.com and check the employment opportunities.

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