Months after a strike deadline was set, why aren’t Virgin Hotels Las Vegas’s union workers walking off the job?

Months after a strike deadline was set, why aren’t Virgin Hotels Las Vegas’s union workers walking off the job?

Article brief provided by Las Vegas Review-Journal
  • McKenna Ross, Las Vegas Review-Journal
April 24, 2024 8:42 PM

Hospitality workers at one off-Strip property continue to negotiate with their employer, threatening to go on strike more than two months after they first considered walking off the job.

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Culinary Local 226 members at Virgin Hotels are the last workers in the resort corridor to not strike a deal with their employer. While most downtown and off-Strip properties reached agreements with the union in early February — when the union used the upcoming Super Bowl as leverage — the Feb. 5 strike deadline was called off at Virgin Hotels and the union agreed to give management at the roughly 1,500-room property more time to reach a deal.