Mohegan Gaming Earns Spot on Global Most Loved Workplaces 2024 List


In a one-of-a-kind achievement within the gaming industry, Mohegan has secured a coveted place on the Global Most Loved Workplaces 2024 list. This list, which is meticulously compiled by Newsweek in collaboration with the Best Practice Institute, is seen as the vocational equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Mohegan, a company that rose from the humble roots of a tribal bingo hall to become a global gaming enterprise, manages to outshine thousands of others with its notable work culture and inclusive work environment. According to a colossal study carried out by the Best Practice Institute, a renowned consulting firm based in Florida, it involved surveying over two million employees worldwide.

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The employees, who have become the heart and soul of Mohegan, have let their satisfaction levels known loud and clear, placing Mohegan respectably in the 77th position of the Top 100 list. From the bustling energy of Mohegan Sun in Connecticut to its landmark establishments across nations, Mohegan’s ethos of fostering a vibrant and constructive workplace echoes around the globe.

Intermingling the old world charm of its tribal owner, the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut, and the modern ethos of contemporary workplace dynamics, Mohegan has its pulse firmly placed on the core of employee satisfaction. The organization ensures its workforce feels valued, respected, and foresee a promising future within the company.

In an era where opinions are potent, Mohegan constantly engages with its employees offering various traditional and creative feedback channels such as team member engagement surveys, town halls, staff meetings, and even breakfasts with the president. Additionally, the firm offers a bouquet of programs aimed at supporting the career aspirations of employees, ranging from tuition reimbursement to in-house training, off-site programs, and promoting interdepartmental transfers.

The noteworthy ranking is not just an accolade for Mohegan, but also for the gaming industry as a whole. Mohegan stands tall as the only gaming company to make the cut in the Newsweek compiled list.

With a workforce of over 11,000, the organisation’s flagship, Mohegan Sun resort in Uncasville, Connecticut, is a testament to its success, employing nearly 8,000 people. Moreover, the expansive offering, featuring two hotels, a sprawling casino, multiple restaurants and entertainment venues, retail shopping and full-service spas, speak volumes of Mohegan’s attention to detail and commitment to improvement.

Mohegan’s journey that started in the 1990s as a tribal bingo hall has had a transitional evolution into an international brand, now owning multiple establishments across the United States, Canada, and even South Korea. Including the massive $1.6 billion property at Incheon International Airport, featuring over a thousand guest rooms, an entertainment walk, and a massive arena capable of accommodating 15,000 people.

In a nutshell, Mohegan’s recognition on a high-status platform reaffirms its strong belief in investing in its most valuable asset – its people. Coming from a modest beginning, its rise to the top indeed sets the bar high for the whole industry.