Casino dealers at three Las Vegas Strip properties have approved a new union contract with owner Caesars Entertainment.
Union workers at Las Vegas Strip casinos owned by MGM Resorts International have overwhelmingly approved a contract that preserves health benefits and aims to bring back workers laid off when restaurants closed during the recession.
Las Vegas’ largest labor union has cancelled its weekly protests outside a Strip resort for the rest of the month.
The Las Vegas Strip is getting a new addition: a weekend picket in front of the Cosmopolitan casino.
The Culinary Union is stepping up its demonstrations outside The Cosmopolitan.
Casino dealers at two more Las Vegas Strip casinos will wear the union label.
Thursday, the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation filed a lawsuit under the Nevada Public Records Act against the Clark County School District.
Throngs of workers blocked traffic on the Las Vegas Strip in a demonstration against the Cosmopolitan casino that has ended with the arrest of nearly 100 protesters.
Culinary Union members plan another demonstration at The Cosmopolitan hotel.
The state’s largest labor union is preparing for contract talks with Las Vegas casinos.