The list of casinos that have yet to agree terms with the Culinary Union on a new contract is slowly dwindling with less than a week until the strike expires.
Nearly 700 union workers agreed to the terms of a five-year contract with Circus Circus late Friday night, according to a press release from the union.
BREAKING: The Culinary Union is pleased to announce that a provisional agreement has just been reached on a new five-year contract with /@CircusVegas for almost 700 operators in the hotel sector.
Congratulations to the workers at Circus Circus Las Vegas for winning the BEST CONTRACT EVER! pic.twitter.com/ayRHjA5FCk
— Culinary Union (@Culinary226) January 27, 2024
Negotiations continue with officials at the 15 remaining independent casino properties on the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas for 4,000 workers before the 5 a.m. strike deadline on Feb. 2, 2024.
The union said a vote to ratify the Circus Circus contract will be scheduled soon.
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