Mount Airy Casino displayed one of the best improvement rates in employment diversity during FY 2022/2023. The Monroe County casino showed progress with its full-time employees, as well as with executives.
Both Rivers Casino locations, in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, also displayed a commitment to diversity.
Mount Airy Casino full-time staff highlighted increased diversity levels
Since FY 2020/2021, the caucasian workforce decreased by 7% at Mount Airy. Here is a table outlining the changes the casino has made over the years:
Mount Airy Casino hired Hispanics at a 4% higher rate than last fiscal year. The Hispanic population in Monroe County is 17%, the second-highest percentage of any minority.
Mount Airy Casino also hired 3% more African Americans in 2022/2023. African Americans make up 14.8% of the population in Monroe County, the third-most populated ethnicity.
Executive employees at Mount Airy Casino also more diverse
Not only is Mount Airy Casino exhibiting significant diversity improvements on the casino floor, but upper-level management is also among the higher rates of diverse employees.
Here’s a breakdown of the following three fiscal years of Mount Airy Casino’s executives:
Minority representation at the executive level over the last two years is a terrific improvement for the casino. However, the female representation has dropped from 40% to 36%.
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Rivers Pennsylvania casino locations near the top for rise in diversity
Both Rivers Casino properties also showed improvements in diversity at all levels.
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh presented the next-best improvement at 4%. Its report included the following:
- 4% increase in African-American employees
- No change Hispanic employees
- 2% decrease in Asian employees
- 1% increase in “other” employees
The executive level also increased minority representation from 13% in 2020/2021 to 19% in 2022/2023.
Rivers carried out the mission at its Philadelphia location, too. It reported a 4% improvement in diversity numbers, with African-American employees increasing at the same rate. The Philadelphia establishment always had a diverse executive team, with 46% minorities.
It is clear that PA casinos are making an effort to diversify their workforce.