Thousands of Atlantic City casino workers voted Thursday to authorize a strike starting July 1 — a date intended to coincide with the peak of tourist season.
Thousands of Servers, Housekeepers Expected to Authorize July 1st Walk-off – Casinos’ Biggest Holiday Weekend of the Year
Watch SNJ Today’s video coverage of the strike authorization vote for 4 Atlantic City properties that took place June 16, 2016.
Atlantic City, N.J., could see its first casino strike in a dozen years this summer as workers who survived the recent shakeout seek new contracts with the casinos that survived.
Union workers at more than half of Atlantic City’s hotel casinos are expected Thursday to authorize a July 1 strike that could effectively shut down or disrupt much of the seaside gambling resort before the busiest weekend of the year.
Workers to Provide Strike Vote Update on Call