Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City team members to receive bonuses

February 28, 2024
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Thousands of team members will receive a share of over $10m.

Thousands of union and non-union team members from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City are set to receive a share of more than $10m in bonuses. 

On top of the bonuses, team members had the opportunity to win their share of $100,000 in cash and prizes, with the bonuses and prizes a gesture of thanks from the company for its team members for their commitment to customer service and the success of the resort. 

This continues a legacy of paying bonuses to team members since the resort opened almost six years ago. 

Recently, Hard Rock International was recognized as one of America’s Best Large Employers by Forbes for the seventh consecutive year. 

Within the town hall gatherings where the bonuses were announced, the recent launch of the new loyalty program, Unity by Hard Rock, and the resort’s sixth anniversary celebration this June, was also discussed. 

Hard Rock International Chairman Jim Allen said: "Hard Rock Atlantic City team members are the key to our success in the market, and we are honored to recognize them and their hard work.” 

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City President George Goldhoff added: "We witness our team members' unwavering dedication to providing superior service every day, and it is truly inspiring. 

"Our team strives to live up to our 'Love All – Serve All' motto each day to make a difference both for our guests and within our community." 

Last week, Hard Rock International partnered with Major Food Group (MFG) to offer Hard Rock guests additional dining options, with the pair working to create and curate dining options for HRI’s hotel and casino locations worldwide. 


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