Military Times 'Best for Vets' list recognizes MGM Resorts International

November 23, 2023
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The company came in as the top employer in Nevada and as one of the top hospitality employers in the US overall.

MGM Resorts International has been named by the Military Times as one of the US’ best employers for veterans and military families. The publication, Military Times' Best for Vets: Employers put MGM Resorts at its highest ranking in Nevada overall, as well as giving the company a top hospitality position in the nation’s rankings.

MGM Resorts’ Chief People, Inclusion and Sustainability Officer Jyoti Chopra, said, “MGM Resorts is proud to honor the commitment and sacrifice of our nation's veterans, service members and their families, underscoring our steadfast dedication to fostering a culture of inclusion.

"We are unwavering in our efforts to extend support, resources and career opportunities to those who have courageously defended our liberties and fundamental human rights."

The company actively recruits employees with military backgrounds, as well as offering professional development programs specific to this group’s needs.

MGM Resorts is also a member of the Veteran Jobs Mission, an organization that includes several companies working toward the goal of hiring a million US veterans and military members to provide ‘meaningful and rewarding’ employment.

MGM Resorts hosts a yearly Salute to the Troops and sponsors Las Vegas’ Veterans Day parade in addition to its year-round support of veterans. MGM Rewards also features a Military and Veterans Program (or MVP) which provides extra discounts and amenities to qualifying players.

Military Times' Best for Vets: Employers is respected by the US military community, and its choices are made based on which company policies and practices would best suit job seekers in its community.

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