The Culinary Union has not set a strike deadline, as it continues to negotiate in good faith with hotel operators in Las Vegas, according to a release obtained by Hotel Dive.
The Culinary and Bartenders Unions are proposing new contract language to provide greater security for workers. Proposed amendments include what the unions call “the largest wage increases ever,” reduced workload, mandated daily room cleaning and improved safety protections.
“We are negotiating for the best contract ever in the Culinary Union’s history to ensure that one job is enough. Companies are generating record profits and we demand that workers aren’t left behind and have a fair share of that success,” said Ted Pappageorge, secretary-treasurer for the Culinary Union, in a statement.