Virgin Las Vegas presents ‘final offer’ in Culinary negotiations

Virgin Las Vegas presents ‘final offer’ in Culinary negotiations

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  • McKenna Ross, Las Vegas Review-Journal
May 22, 2024 9:02 PM

Virgin Hotels said it presented its “final offer” to unionized hospitality workers at the off-Strip property, 10 days after they held a brief strike.

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Property management said Wednesday it presented its “last, best and final offer” regarding the property’s five-year contract with Culinary Local 226 and Bartenders Local 165. It comes after about five months of negotiating with the joint union, and three months after all other unionized competitors in the region finalized their labor agreements.

Union members held a two-day strike beginning on May 10, alleging the property’s management has not offered wage increases in the next contract.

“We do not believe the Union has bargained in good faith,” the hotel-casino said in a statement Wednesday.