The Trump Taj Mahal is on strike – please do not patronize.
Massive disruptions at Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal expected to continue until the casino settles its ongoing labor dispute with housekeepers, bellmen, cooks, food and beverage servers, among other workers. Travelers should expect loud picket lines, around-the-clock chanting workers, reduced services and long delays.
Nearly 1,000 workers at the Trump Taj Mahal went on strike on July 1 after casino management failed to negotiate a fair contract that would provide Taj employees the same standard for fair wages and benefits as workers at Atlantic City’s 7 other casinos are provided.
There is no need to cancel your visit to Atlantic City; instead, book your stay at ANY OTHER casino properties in Atlantic City where workers are treated with respect and are able to earn a good living.
Add your name to tell Carl Icahn, owner of the Trump Taj Mahal casino, that you will stand by the 1,000 Trump Taj Mahal casino workers throughout their fight.
Learn more about what the workers on strike are fighting for.
See what the effects of the loss of healthcare has had on the Trump Taj Mahal workers, after they were stripped of their benefits by the casino’s billionaire owner Carl Icahn during bankruptcy restructuring.
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Search and book a room at other union hotel properties in the South Jersey and Philadelphia region at www.FairHotel.org.