LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – The Las Vegas Culinary Union has reached a contract agreement with another property on the north end of the Strip.
According to a news release from the Culinary Workers Union Local 226, they agreed to terms on a new five-year contract with Circus Circus.
BREAKING: The Culinary Union is pleased to announce a Tentative Agreement on a new 5-year contract was just reached w/@CircusVegas for nearly 700 hospitality workers.
Congratulations to the Circus Circus Las Vegas workers on winning the BEST CONTRACT EVER! pic.twitter.com/ayRHjA5FCk
— Culinary Union (@Culinary226) January 27, 2024
The union said that the new contract will cover approximately 700 workers. After first signing contracts with MGM Resorts, Caesars, and Wynn, the union has been proceeding to agree with other independent Las Vegas Strip resorts, including the Four Seasons, Mirage/Hard Rock and the Strat.
The union has set a February 2 strike deadline as negotiations continue with a list of 15 other properties —four on the Strip and 11 more downtown—covering approximately 4,000 workers.
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