How Las Vegas Casinos Are Getting More With Fewer EmployeesBy David G. Schwartz, ForbesSeptember 10, 2018 at 3:34 pmLas Vegas casinos, like any hospitality business, owe everything to their employees. After all, they are the ones that provide the hospitality that guests are paying for, the link between the product and the people who buy it. And those employees are more valuable than ever; recent trends on the Las Vegas Strip show that casinos are getting more bang and more bucks from fewer employees.Workers at Nevada casinos are divided into six main groups. Casino employees work directly on the gaming floor—blackjack dealers and slot service representatives, but slot technicians, pit clerks, and others, too. Food employees work in restaurants, in kitchens, as servers, and in other functions. Most employees of the Beverage department are bartenders and cocktail servers. Rooms employees include housekeepers and front desk staff.