FOX61: Union workers vote to strike in Atlantic City

Ninety-six percent of the workers at four of the city’s casinos voted Thursday to go on strike on July 1 if the gaming industry “continues to hold down wages.” Workers at a fifth casino have already authorized a walk-out. More than 6,000 workers at the five casinos could walk off the job if the strike […]

BREAKING: Today, 96% of workers from 4 Atlantic City casinos vote to authorize a strike with a July 1 deadline

Statement from Bob McDevitt, President, UNITEHERE Local 54: “Today thousands of workers from Tropicana, Caesars, Bally’s and Harrah’s voted to authorize a strike on July 1 if they don’t have a fair contract. The vote was 96% in favor. We have told the companies that we are available days, evenings, and weekends to negotiate. The […]

NorthJersey.com: Thousands of Atlantic City casino workers vote to authorize strike starting July 1

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.

BREAKING NEWS: Atlantic City Casino Workers Report Overwhelming Support for Strike

Thousands of Servers, Housekeepers Expected to Authorize July 1st Walk-off – Casinos’ Biggest Holiday Weekend of the Year

SNJ Today: VIDEO: Unite-Here Casino Strike

Watch SNJ Today’s video coverage of the strike authorization vote for 4 Atlantic City properties that took place June 16, 2016. 

Nasdaq: Union Workers Threaten Strike at Atlantic City Casinos

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.

USA Today: Atlantic City workers threaten July 4 strike

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.