Thursday was a good day for the casino industry and casino fans alike, as four of the biggest players in the industry walked away from the table.
COMMUNITY RIGHT HERE Local 54, the largest union of hotel workers across the Atlantic region, demanded the strike in June
mid-way through. Employees at Caesars, Tropicana, Harrah's, and Borgata all agreed.
Additionally, there are Hard Rock casinos. The casino workers' union claims that they are paid a pittance for their efforts.
To help workers who are struggling to keep up with the pace of the economy, fast and frequent changes to their wages are essential."
The ever-increasing costs of living and the ongoing effects of the pandemic in their lives. Additionally, LOCAL 54 argued that it was wrong.