LAS VEGAS – In a significant development, Culinary Union workers successfully reached a tentative contract agreement on Thursday morning with MGM Resorts International properties along the famed Las Vegas Strip. The timely resolution averts a strike that was set to commence within 24 hours.
The union made the announcement through its official channels, revealing that the tentative deal spans a five-year contract. This breakthrough follows an exhaustive 20-hour negotiation session and directly impacts approximately 25,400 workers employed across eight MGM properties.
The successful negotiation with MGM Resorts comes on the heels of a similar agreement with Caesars Entertainment, which was reached just 48 hours before the strike deadline. However, it’s worth noting that Wynn Resorts is yet to finalize an agreement with the union.
The Culinary Union, representing a substantial workforce in the hospitality sector, has showcased its commitment to securing favorable terms for its members. As discussions continue with other key players in the industry, the recent agreements signify progress in ensuring the welfare and job security of workers in the bustling Las Vegas hospitality scene. Stay tuned for further updates on these ongoing negotiations.
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