Virgin Hotels Las Vegas strike concludes

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A strike involving 700 Virgin Hotels Las Vegas workers has been ended after 48 hours with talks over contract deals set to take place tomorrow.

Culinary Union Local 226, Nevada’s largest labour union, called for a two-day strike, beginning on the morning of Friday, May 10, to mobilise agreement on a five-year contract on wages and benefits.

The union’s contract with Virgin Hotels expired in June 2023.

The union’s secretary-treasurer, Ted Pappageorge, said workers hoped the 48-hour strike would help expedite a new agreement.

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