Author Pascale Batieufaye is Today’s Honoree for Wednesday January 6th, 2015


When Pascale Batieufaye submitted his business expansion proposal to his bosses at a major casino corporation he had no idea it would be the biggest gamble of his life. In his exclusive tell-all book, “Outfoxing The Gaming Club,” author Pascale Batieufaye reveals the oppression he suffered as an employee for the largest gambling corporation in the United States. After submitting his proposal through the corporation’s Employee Suggestion Program, Batieufaye faced termination while the casino executives profited from his design.

“I have centered Outfoxing The Gaming Club on the emotional suffering I faced while working for my previous employer,” said Batieufaye. “The book outlines guiding principles for those who have experienced maltreatment and anxiety in their own workplace.”

Pascale Batieufaye worked eight years as a Guest Services Representative within the casino. During his time there he developed and submitted a design for expanding the gaming industry. Although he was faced with significant pressures from his employer, Batieufaye was able to combat anxiety using healthy alternatives to medication.

“Outfoxing The Gaming Club” gives readers an inside look at what large corporations attempt to hide from the public in addition to providing useful principles on rebounding from professional setbacks.

About the author:

Pascale Batieufaye attended Johnson & Wales University where he studied Travel and Tourism. Batieufaye is an animal rights activist and aspires to open an animal rehabilitation center for rescue animals. He resides in Winthrop, Massachusetts.

Visit Pascale Batieufaye for more information.


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