Caesar's Entertainment Corporation Business Analysis

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Caesars Entertainment Corporation who was formerly known as Harrah 's Entertainment is the fourth-largest gaming company in the world that operates over 50 casinos, hotels and golf courses under several different brands. Being in the business for a little over three quarters of a decade, Caesar’s Entertainment Group has found many ways to stay afloat by maintaining their status and giving their costumers reasons to remain loyal. Caesars Entertainment Corporation also had an impact on social, economic and environmental issues. There corporation has made several positive contributions in the communities where they run their business. These projects include energy efficient projects which saved billions, aid on the immigration reform which aided…show more content…
Since 2008, the water use was decreased by 17% per conditioned 1,000 square feet. There are 30 properties Green Key Eco-Rated throughout North America. (Furlong, 2015). Impact on inspiring citizenship The following are some of the causes to which Caesars Entertainment and the Caesars foundation are committed to support. LBGT rights, including same sex marriage. The climate change initiatives, where in 2014 Caesars signed the Ceres Climate Declaration confirming its support in regards to climate changes. Another cause is human trafficking, Caesars actively supports the increasing international focus on eliminating human trafficking. Immigration reform: Caesars supports complete immigration reform that increases border security and streamline the immigration process for those willing to work hard and complete the legal process. Caesars has spoken in favor of immigration reform in public policy forums. (Stitelier, 2015). Caesars has manage to provide a positive working environment for their employees, contributed to the economy by creating jobs in their communities and donating to charities. They also made necessary changes beneficial to the environment and became advocates for some social
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