New Hire Procedure

Welcome! In order to work for Wild Entertainment, we need you to follow the following steps. Be sure to read each document carefully.
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  • Please download the following documents. Fill them out and then send them to us.
  • W9
  • (need help with Taxes? Check out?our Tax Preparation Guide)


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  • The following conditions are required for us to maintain a professional relationship with our client and contracted clients. We have experienced all these situations therefore will require talent to please read and sign below.

    1. Punctuality is #1 with Wild Boyz Entertainment. If you are not familiar with where you are going, leave early. If you think you may encounter traffic, leave early. If you don’t know how parking will be, leave early. Arriving late for your call time is unacceptable. Arriving on time tells us the job we provided you with is important to you.

    2. Performers are to arrive groomed and costume ready.

    3. Your compensation is NOT to be discussed with the client, guests or other talents.

    4. If we provide costuming, please respect our costuming as if it were your own.

    5. Do not hand out your personal contact information. We will have business cards for you to hand out.

    6. Talent agrees to work for the client (client is the contact of the party you are given) exclusively through Wild Entertainment for the next 24 months. If talent is discovered to be soliciting client outside of the agency during this period of time, he will be subject to termination.

    7. Talent will not consume any of clients food or drink. Talent can bring and consume their own healty drinks or snacks.

    8. Talent can hang out after gig is over ONLY if customer requests it AND if talent does NOT have another gig booked right after.

    9. Do not invite friends or family to your job unless they are a contracted part of your act and we have previously authorized it.

    10. When leaving hotel rooms, hotel suites or party buses, please pick up after yourself. This leaves a good impression of our company.

    11. Any special circumstance to these conditions can and may arise. If you have any questions or concerns, just ask us.

    12. Talent can NOT solicit sex from client or perform sex acts in exchange for money or items. Talent is to use best judgment and not commit any acts that are against the law.

    13. Talent is required to ask the client for a review afterwards. Feedback cards will be given for him to hand out. If the talent receives a good review then there is a possibility of a bonus for him.

    14. Talent is to arrive sober and NOT under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

    15. Talent is to respect the client’s room and possessions. Do not ask to use the facilities such as the shower. Using the toilet however is okay with permission.

    16. Talent shall NOT ask for additional money after the party has been completed. Talent shall also NOT ask for gifts or favors. Talent shall NOT complain about tips. We have a strict NO HUSTLE policy. Customer satisfaction is our #1 goal.

    17. If talent were to cause a confrontation or get violent with the client and/or staff and/or dancer of Wild Entertainment, then talent is subject to termination and any other legal actions if necessary.

    18. Talent is to be respectful to the client and to the staff of Wild Entertainment. Obey the Golden Rule folks. Treat others as you would want to be treated.

    19. Talent is to be paid via check or electronic pay (i.e. PayPal) on the Monday following a work week (excluding holidays). Payments will be made for the week ending on the previous Sunday. This payment schedule is subject to change.

    20. Talent is an independent contractor who is subject to termination by Wild Entertainment at any time and for any reason.

    If you agree to the above terms and conditions, please fill out the form below and check the box next to "I Agree".
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  • This is the official late/no-show policy for all independent contractors of Wild Entertainment.

    Late Policy

    *Arriving more than ten (10) minutes late to a party is considered late *Arriving more than twenty (20) minutes late to a party can be considered a no-show

    • First time you are late, you will be given a verbal and/or written warning • Second time you are late, our next offer of work to you will be reduced (by a minimum of $50) • Third time you are late, you will be offered a job for tips only or no job at all

    No-Show Policy

    *Not showing up to a party as scheduled is a no-show *Forgetting about a party is a no-show *Changing your mind last minute is a no-show *Cancelling a party within 72 hours is a no-show

    • If you miss a party, you will be either offered the next job for tips only or you might not be rehired. This is subject to management’s discretion. • If you wish to cancel a party, you must do so within 72 hours of the party’s date/time. Any cancellations within that time is considered a no-show • Cancellations within 72 hours can be approved only with medical or family emergencies. Cancelling because you want to go on vacation or work another job is not an excuse. • WBE is willing to work with you regarding this but you must give us a sufficient heads up. Cancelling too close to the actual event puts us through a lot of trouble and expense. Be sure when you commit to a job that you can do it.

    Talent Cancellation Policy

    • Talent can cancel a show as long as the request was submitted 72 hours (three days) prior to the event. There is no penalty for this but we strongly discourage cancelling unless it’s very important. Cancelling always costs WBE time and money. • Request must be submitted through email and followed up with a phone conversation with management. Leaving a voicemail is not enough. Make sure you physically speak with a manager so he/she can find replacement options. • Requesting to cancel a party WITHIN 72 hours is too late and will be considered a no-show. Again, be sure to check your calendars often and plan ahead. Don’t accept a job unless you know you can do it.

    Not Prepared Policy

    • If you come to a party but are missing the necessary items (i.e. Costume, Music, Stereo) and the client decides to cancel due to this, then this is considered the same as a no-show. • If the client decides to continue with the party but later complains about the missing items (costume, music, stereo), then this will be considered the same as being late and you will be subject to the same rules/penalties.


    (WBE has the discretion to hire or not hire contractors at any time for any reason)

    If you have a medical or personal emergency and can provide proof, then we can consider it and possibly excuse it. Forgetting about the gig or changing your mind last minute and not wanting to do it are NOT excuses and will be considered a NO-SHOW.

    Please respect us and our policies. When you are booked for a job, WRITE IT DOWN and be sure to be ON TIME. That simply means plan in advance. Don't leave things to chance. Be sure to give yourself PLENTY of time to deal with unknowns like traffic and parking. The strip is always a mess.

    If an accident happens (extremely bad traffic, no parking in the garage, etc) then contact the client and see what they can do to work with you. But in the end, it’s ultimately up to you to be at the party on time. If it’s a fight weekend or major holiday, then consider all the issues with traffic and parking and leave your place much earlier. There are no excuses for being late if you plan ahead.

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The Booking Process

Regarding direct bookings:


  1. Customer requests a stripper. ?We confirm their first three choices and take a deposit to book the reservation.
  2. We contact strippers and find out who is available. ?Dancers are given the party based on the customer’s priority.
  3. We send out a confirmation email to both stripper and customer

Regarding replacement parties:

  1. We send out a group text to find out who’s available for a party.
  2. Once we receive enough text backs, we inform the customer of their options.
  3. Customer makes final choice and we take a deposit to book the reservation.
  4. We alert stripper and send out confirmation emails to both stripper and customer.

Regarding last minute parties:

  1. Same procedure as for “replacement parties”.
  2. Sometimes a last minute party can be an “all cash party”.

Regarding all cash parties:

  1. Very rarely do we accept an “all cash” party. ?This is usually for last minute bookings.
  2. Dancer will collect the full fee in cash and pay the agency fee on the following Monday in person at our office.

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Required Clothing & Supplies

List of costumes & equipment REQUIRED by WBE
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We need you to click on the video recorder button below and read the following statement:

“My name is {your full name} and today is {today’s date}. I consent to this video for use as legal evidence in the future. ?I promise to do the following:

  1. I will not solicit client for any work outside of the job that I am assigned. ?I agree to work with the client only through Wild Entertainment for a period of 24 months.
  2. I will not share any company confidential information with any third party.
  3. I will not work for or promote another strip agency while working for Wild Entertainment.
  4. I have been advised not to consume?any food or drinks from the client. ?If I do consume?any food or beverage then I am 100% liable for any effects upon my health and my actions.
  5. I will not solicit sex from the client or perform sexual acts?in exchange for money or gifts.
  6. I will arrive to my gig sober and not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  7. I am aware of the laws of the State of Nevada regarding adult entertainment and I will abide by them. “


Simply hit the recording button and read the statement clearly and in front of your webcam or phone camera. ?When done just hit finish and the video will be uploaded and saved on our server for your records. ?If any questions, please contact your manager.

If you are having problems recording video, just contact us by phone and setup an appointment and we can do this in person.
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Since 1947, to work on the premises where liquor and gaming are present a person must obtain a Sheriff’s Card, (Work Card). It is mandatory in the State of Nevada regardless of what your position is in a gaming establishment. The purpose of the work card is to document, investigate and license all employees of the gaming and liquor industry.
To apply for a work card, applicants must:
1. Be 21 years of age if employed in a gaming position or dispense alcoholic beverages.
2. Show birth certificate if under the age of 25 years.
3. Present proper documentation from Immigration and Naturalization Services if a non citizen.
4. Pay the appropriate fees.
5. Have signed referral slip from your prospective employer.
6. Have a juvenile work permit if under the age of 18 years.

Certain conditions may cause Applicants to be denied or revoked:
1. An outstanding warrant of arrest.
2. Extensive criminal history
3. Previous work card revoked by the Gaming Control Board.
4. Insufficient immigration documentation.
5. No birth certificate if applying for a gaming position or a position that dispenses alcoholic beverages.
6. Falsification of information on the referral slip.
7. Any other denial reason(s) so stated under Nevada Revised Statutes.

Work cards are presently valid for 5 years and can be used for any establishment where there is liquor or gaming on the premises and the expiration date of the work card has not expired.

Work card processing includes interviewing, fingerprinting and photographing. Work Card is similar in size to a driver’s license and is issued the same day as applied for provided there are no complications during the process.

The LVMPD issues work cards at two locations:

Las Vegas office
5880 Cameron St.
For general information, call 702-828-3271.

Laughlin office
101 Civic Way
For general information, call 702-298-4282.

Work cards currently are issued from 8a to 4p Monday-Friday and closed all federally recognized holidays.

Effective January 1, 2004, gaming work cards are no longer issued by Las Vegas Metro Police Department. Gaming employees must be registered with the Gaming Control Board. Registration packets may be obtained from Human Resource offices at place of employment.

Security guards are required to get a card through the Private Investigators Licensing board of the State of Nevada.
Work cards for child care, erotic establishments, senior housing and various other positions are still required. As of this date, prices are:

Work Cards $44.00
FBI Background Check $40.25
Fingerprint Processing – Gaming $44.00
Fingerprint Cards – per card $11.00

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Nevada Law: An alcohol education card (TAM Card) shows prospective employers that you have completed a course in alcohol awareness. Anyone serving, selling or working around alcoholic beverages, such as: bartenders, servers, security staff, cashiers and management, must have an alcohol education card for employment at an establishment (casino, bar, hotel, restaurant or store) in Southern Nevada. Obtaining a TAM Card is easy and simple.

2 Ways to receive your TAM Card Training

Online Training for $24.95


Classroom Training at the official training center for $35

Class Schedule:
9am and 2pm – Monday
Open Lab – Tuesday
9am and 2pm – Wednesday
2pm – Thursday
9am and 2pm – Friday
9am – Saturday

(They accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Cash payments.)

TAM of Nevada
3900 Paradise, Suite 205 Las Vegas, NV 89169

For additional information, call: 702-545-6664 or 855 TAM-CARD

Please Note: TAM Cards are good for 4 years and class takes three hours.


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When applying for several occupations in Nevada, a person may need a Health Card. Health Cards are 100% mandatory in order to obtain any food handlers. On January 2, 2013 the Health Card program was replaced with the new Body Art Card and Food Handler Safety Training and Certification Program. All food handlers are now required to get a Food Handler Safety Training Card instead of a Health Card. Some occupations other than food handlers may still have mandated training or screening for certification.

The total cost of a Food Handler Safety Training card is $40; $20 for the card and $20 for the training. An additional $15 is charged to renew an expired card.

Online food safety training must be completed before coming to the health district to get the card.

Persons needing the Food Handler Safety Training card must complete the Vegas PBS training. Click here for online food safety training.

You must complete the food safety training before applying for a Food Handler Safety Training card.

The food safety training fee is payable to Southern Nevada Public Television/Vegas PBS at the time of registration. The balance of fees is paid at the health district during the application process.

Everyone applying for a food handler health card needs a Hepatitis A vaccination.

Additional information, please contact Southern Nevada Health District, below is seven locations within Las Vegas and surrounding cities. :

Southern Nevada Health District Main Facility
330 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(702) 759-1099

East Las Vegas Public Health Center
560 N. Nellis Blvd., Suite E12, Las Vegas, NV 89110
(702) 759-1340
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Henderson Public Health Center
520 E. Lake Mead Pkwy., Henderson, NV 89015
(702) 759-1515
Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

North Las Vegas Public Health Center
955 W. Craig Road, Suite 103D, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
(702) 759-1616

Mesquite Public Health Center
830 Hafen Lane, Mesquite, NV 89027
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., closed noon – 1 p.m.

Laughlin Public Health Center
3650 South Pointe Circle, Building C, Suite 113, Laughlin, NV 89029
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – noon,

Steps to Get a Food Handler Safety Training Card

Complete the online food safety training.
Go to one of the seven public health centers listed above to obtain a Food Handler Safety Training cards.
Complete the application then proceed to clerk.
The clerk will:
process your application
review the VegasPBS Certificate of Completion to verify you’ve completed the food safety training, if necessary
verify your identification
take your picture
give you a copy of your application form
Take the application form to the cashier and pay for your Food Handler Safety Training card.
Go to the information desk to have your Food Handler Safety Training card printed.