MGM named a top employer for US veterans in Military Times’ Best for Vets list


Casino and hospitality giant MGM Resorts International has been named one of the top employers for veterans in the United States, according to the Military Times’ Best for Vets: Employers list. The ranking places the company at the top in Nevada and as a leader in the hospitality sector nationally.

The Best for Vets: Employers ranking is widely recognized in the military community as a reliable assessment of employment opportunities for veterans. This ranking is based on an analysis of corporate policies and practices that make a workplace attractive for members of the military community.

The accolade underscores MGM’s culture, recruitment and policies for Veterans, service members and military families. MGM Resorts has a history of active recruitment and hiring of veterans, in addition to providing retention through professional development programs.

The company says it cultivates an inclusive atmosphere for veterans, demonstrated through initiatives such as its Employee Network Groups and its active participation in the Veteran Jobs Mission, a coalition of companies aiming to place one million U.S. military members and veterans in meaningful careers.


Jyoti Chopra

Jyoti Chopra, Chief People, Inclusion, and Sustainability Officer, said: “MGM Resorts is proud to honor the commitment and sacrifice of our nation’s Veterans, service members and their families, underscoring our steadfast dedication to fostering a culture of inclusion.”

We are unwavering in our efforts to extend support, resources and career opportunities to those who have courageously defended our liberties and fundamental human rights.”

Additionally, MGM Resorts is known for organizing the annual Salute to the Troops event, as well as being one of the sponsors of the Las Vegas Veterans Day Parade. The company also promotes the MGM Rewards Military and Veterans Program, known as MVP, offering special advantages and discounts for military families.