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Culinary union, Resorts World reach agreement on 3-year contract

Representatives of working groups at Resorts World Las Vegas and the Culinary union on Tuesday reached agreement on a three-year union contract.

Union officers said Wednesday that the resort’s first contract was overwhelmingly ratified by workers Friday after negotiating teams reached a tentative agreement on May 17.

The deal takes effect June 1 and runs through May 31, 2025.


“The Culinary union applauds Resorts World Las Vegas for committing to a card-check neutrality agreement early on — which showed the city and employees that the company respected workers’ right to choose whether to form a union — and for agreeing to a strong union contract that protects workers by providing fair wages, job security and the best health care benefits in Nevada,” Ted Pappageorge, secretary-treasurer of the union and the contract’s lead negotiator, said in a statement announcing the deal.


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