Wynn joins Caesars and MGM in reaching tentative deal to avoid a strike by Las Vegas hotel workers


LAS VEGAS - After a marathon week of negotiations, the Las Vegas hotel workers union says it has reached a tentative deal with Wynn Resorts. 

It was the last contract the Culinary Workers Union needed to avoid a strike Friday. 

The new five-year contract covers 5,000 employees at the company's flagship hotel-casino and Encore Resorts. 

It came early Friday after the union's tentative deals earlier in the week with Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts

The union says the contracts will provide workers with historic pay raises and other unprecedented wins, like mandatory daily room cleanings. 

The contract came after seven months of bargaining and is their first since the pandemic.