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
The gaming industry is different from every other industry in New Jersey. It is the only one that the citizens of the state voted to allow. As the Press of Atlantic City reminds us, “jobs with good benefit levels were a central goal of legalized gambling in New Jersey.” Every casino in Atlantic City provides […]
Following the negotiations of the Caesars properties on May 23-24, workers were insulted by the company’s response and refusal to restore concessions left over from the 2011 contact, in which the workers gave up vacation, holiday, over-time pay and wage increases. As a result, Thursday June 2nd, approx. 350 workers held meetings concerning negotiations at […]