Nearly 2,000 jobs are up for grabs at what will soon be the Horseshoe Casino in downtown Baltimore.
It may be considered an unlikely partnership, but Maryland’s newest casino is turning to the faith-based community to fill employment vacancies at its venue.
Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino is dealing out jobs: 1,700 positions need to be filled.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore’s recruitment team will tour 14 Baltimore neighborhoods to identify qualified local candidates to fill 1,700 jobs.
Nearly 2,000 jobs are coming to Baltimore in 2014, courtesy of the Horseshoe Casino.
Major traffic delays could be coming to downtown. This week a monthlong closure begins on Russell Street, the main artery into the city from 295.
If you take Russell Street as a conduit to the Baltimore Washington Parkway, expect delays later this month. It’s all because of the new Horseshoe Casino.
Casino construction is underway. Drive down Russell Street now and you can see the beginning of what’s soon to be Baltimore City’s first casino.
Construction on Maryland’s fifth casino is ahead of schedule and hiring is set to begin soon. This all comes as the state reveals how much cash casinos brought in last fiscal year.
The ground has been broken and now things will soon get vertical as Horseshoe Casino enters its next phase of construction.
The new Horseshoe Casino is coming to Baltimore City, and steps have been taken to hire local workers.
Potential workers for Baltimore’s new casino say they’ve already won a victory for workers’ rights–and the Horseshoe Casino doesn’t open for another year.