My new friend Amy Hudson knows a thing or two about casino hosts. She poses some great questions here. What would you do?
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In these blogs, we have covered a lot of ground: things hosts should do, things they shouldn’t do, how to evaluate them, how to set and measure goals, and we have gone into some depth on a few of these topics. One important aspect of a host’s job, however, is one we’ve only briefly touched. It is especially important that hosts keep in mind the effects of their decisions and the ethical implications thereof. This post is designed to be interactive, so please comment with your responses.
Let’s pretend for the purposes of this post that I am a successful casino host. I work at a property that has thus far been blissfully free of growing competitive stresses, though some of my players occasionally travel to Las Vegas for an extended gambling vacay. I’ve been at my property for just over 5 years, and I’ve developed…
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