Las Vegas Hospitality Union ‘Hopeful’ Strike Can Be Averted
Las Vegas Hospitality Union ‘Hopeful’ Strike Can Be Averted
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Las Vegas’ top hospitality union is “cautiously optimistic” that agreements can be reached with casino owners to avert a strike before a Friday deadline, a senior official said.

“The fact that we’re here kind of in the eleventh hour is alarming,” Ted Pappageorge, secretary-treasurer for Culinary Workers Union Local 226, told reporters Tuesday. “At the same time, we’ve seen some movement.”

Pappageorge’s remarks came as the union was scheduled to restart talks with Caesars Entertainment Corp.—what he called the last effort to reach an agreement before a Friday morning strike deadline. The union is scheduled to bargain with MGM ...

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