Wynn Macau raises workers’ pay

Wynn Macau will raise the wages of non-management staff by between 3 percent and 6.5 percent, the company said.

The change is effective from March 1 and covers nearly 98 percent of the company’s 12,400 workforce. Eligible employees earning a maximum of MOP16,000 ($2,000) per month will receive a pay increase of MOP500 per month. Team members earning above MOP16,000 per month will receive an average increase of 2.5 percent, the firm added.

“Our success as a company is entirely made possible by our exceptional and talented colleagues, and as part of the community we take seriously our responsibility to offer competitive wages and benefits that reflect their contribution,” said chairman and CEO Steve Wynn.