BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.As California continues its phased reopening in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Larry Flynt has announced that his Lucky Lady Casino will need to fill over 400 positions at the Gardena, California location (1045 Rosecrans Ave.), with hiring to begin immediately. The casino has been closed since July 2019 and has plans for a grand reopening this summer with additional details to follow. With so many people out of work and who have lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 virus, we are fortunate that we can offer a large number of positions, bring a new team aboard, and give people some security at a time when it is needed most. We look forward to making more announcements regarding our grand reopening in the coming weeks, Flynt said. The company will start the initial wave of hiring for approximately 200 positions with an additional 200 jobs to be phased in through the fall. Full-time and part-time positions are available, with employment benefits and competitive wages across all shifts. The first wave of hirees will be for management and supervisory positions, with dealers, line staff and back of the house to follow. Those interested in learning more or wishing to apply can do so directly on the casinos website LuckyLadyLA.com. The COVID-19 virus and the need for social distancing have changed how the company will handle the hiring process. All applications for the first time will be taken via the casino’s website, with phone and virtual interviews to follow. When the state eases restrictions regarding lock-downs, the company will work with the city of Gardena to ensure it is following all guidelines concerning in-person interviews and the training for those hired.
written by: Robert Neuwave