According to an Associated Press article, Nevada-based Boomtown Reno was forced to outsource 62 housekeeping and janitorial jobs after revenues didn't meet status quo. To save money, the casino decided to outsource their cleaning services to a local company who also manages area hotel/casinos.

All 62 workers are offered jobs with the contractor, but it meant giving up their benefits, according to the article. Casino officials are sad to see the workers go after the many years of dedication, but comment that it had to be done to keep the casino in business.

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