Caesars Entertainment Corp has revealed its candidate for regional president and the man who’ll run the Atlantic City businesses. The Atlantic City casinos that are in question are Bally’s, Harrah’s Resort, and Caesars. In essence, the name put forward is no other than Ronald Baumann. And if it rings a bell, it’s because Mr. Bauman used to hold similar positions.
Indeed, the man of the hour has previously worked for Caesars. So he’s the perfect guy to shoulder the responsibilities for the brick and mortar casinos. But Baumann’s role goes far beyond that since he’ll also assume the same position for Caesars Interactive (the online vertical of the business).
But as you know, in New Jersey, appointing someone to a new role doesn’t mean they’ll get the job. In fact, they’re other decision-makers that one cannot forget.
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The decision makers
To sum up, the Casino Control Commission (CCC) plays a huge role in the Casino business in New Jersey. And what many people don’t know is that replacing a leading authority within a company is not easy. In fact, if you work for a casino and have a position of power. The CCC needs to deem you fit for the job before you get it.
So, in other words, the employer needs to request a Casino Key employee license for new team members. And the CCC’s board meets once a month to discuss the casino business and give new permits too.
Vacant from embarrassing outcome
If you’re up to date with the Casino industry in New Jersey, you know why the former regional president left his position. If not, well, let’s just say that he was asked to go after a wrongful termination lawsuit filed in May.
But actually, the Caesars story had a lot more impact on the man. In fact, according to rumors, his seat on the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority and the one on the Casino Association of NJ are also in jeopardy. But the casinos‘ authorities have yet to confirm this.
After all the shock waves around Kevin Ortzman. One can wonder if Caesars cleaned the house for a good outcome in the Eldorado merger.