Las Vegas Culinary Workers and Bartenders Reach Agreement on New Contract

June 3, 2014

On the day that a strike was set to begin at Las Vegas casinos, unions representing the workers reached a tentative agreement on a new five-year contract June 1, meaning that 44,000 workers on the Las Vegas Strip and in downtown Las Vegas won't have to worry about taking care of their families. In a press release, the Culinary Workers said the new contract would protect health benefits and pensions and improve working conditions.

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