Culinary union reaches deal with MGM Resorts
(Las Vegas, NV) -- A group of Las Vegas hotels are avoiding a hospitality workers strike.
The Culinary Workers and Bartenders Unions and MGM Resorts International have reached a deal preventing a strike at eight casinos that would have kicked off Friday.
The deal covers over 25-thousand members.
It comes a day after a similar deal with Caesars Entertainment.
Both agreements must be ratified by rank-and-file members before they take effect.
Negotiations will take place Thursday at the last company facing a strike, Wynn Resorts.
— with files from MetroSource