Melco announces benefits program for Macau employees
Melco Resorts has announced it will be launching a new pension fund plan and bonus scheme for its non-management staff.
Under the new scheme, Melco will match employee contributions of up to 5 percent of base salary into their mandatory centralized provident fund.
The company has also promised to award a one-time special gift of one month’s salary for any non-management employees participating in the new pension scheme, to be paid on or around the end of October 2018.
The new scheme comes after a benefits program review conducted by Melco for its non-management employees. Other than the bonus and new pension scheme, Melco has also added various other benefits including enhanced employee discounts, a new policy on sick leave which will be trialed for one year, perfect attendance recognition and service award recognition programs honoring 10 years or more of service.
“We are very pleased to announce this benefits program for our Macau non-management employees. This review has been open and directly communicated to our employees by our senior management. We are extremely proud of all of our colleagues’ hard work and dedication, without whom our achievements and success would not be possible. We are also very grateful for our teams’ unlimited efforts. Looking to the future, we will continue our teamwork to ensure that Melco is one of the best places to work in Macau and around the world,” said the company in a statement.
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