The Supreme Court dealt a blow to public sector unions Monday, ruling that thousands of home health care workers in Illinois cannot be required to pay fees that help cover the union’s costs of collective bargaining.
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Culinary Local 226 members, who’ve been forced to stand outside in long lines in cold weather to re-enroll in their health insurance programs, now have an extension and a new venue.
In the world of major-league drag racing, three top women in this weekend’s National Hot Rod Association event in Las Vegas have forged unique marketing strategies and branding images to compete both on the track and in the high-stakes off-speedway competition for sponsors and fans.
The city’s largest and most powerful hospitality union had planned to protest weekly in front of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in an effort to gain a contract with the luxury hotel. But, after several members of the Culinary Union were caught on video verbally abusing Strip visitors, those protests were put on hold for the rest of the month.
The Culinary Union has taken is its contract negotiations on the Strip to Wall Street.
A U.S. District Court judge in Las Vegas has ruled that more than 7,000 current and former Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas employees can participate in a wage and overtime lawsuit filed in May 2012.
WASHINGTON — With Thomas Perez now confirmed as head of the Labor Department, the agency is expected to unleash a flurry of new regulations that have been bottled up for months — a prospect that has business leaders worried and labor advocates cheering.
The Culinary union is becoming more aggressive in its campaign to unionize The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
A recent Las Vegas transplant has found herself smack in the middle of the bitter, long-standing labor dispute between Station Casinos and Culinary Workers Local 226 as she looks to host the 2013 National Nurses Health Institute.
After expressing concerns about the cost of pay raises in coming years, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board voted 6-4 Tuesday to approve a contract with the Service Employees International Union.
A labor impasse between the city of Las Vegas and the firefighters union could be coming to an end if both sides approve a tentative labor agreement.
LAS VEGAS - Sin City’s largest union picketed the Las Vegas Strip for the third time this year on Friday.
After two years of on-again, off-again negotiations, Allegiant Travel Co. flight attendants have made little headway in their negotiations with management to forge their first union contract.
Local union leaders are stepping up efforts to keep ongoing contract talks in the public eye after labor agreements covering more than 40,000 Las Vegas hotel and restaurant workers expired late last week.
The legal team representing dealers fighting Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s tip-pooling policy ran into skeptical questioning as the long-running dispute came before the Nevada Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Casino dealers at two of the Strip’s most popular resorts have overwhelmingly voted to join the Transport Workers Union, a union official said Monday.
Leave it to Allegiant Travel Co. to figure out ways to shrink what’s included in the base package.
Culinary Workers Local 226 members voted overwhelmingly Monday to raise dues by $25 in the event of a strike this year against Strip and downtown resorts.
Culinary Union Local 226 members were voting Monday to increase dues for a worker strike fund, two weeks before contracts between Strip casino operators and the union expire.
Lorenzo Fertitta, Ultimate Fighting Championship chief executive and chairman, is leading a contingent of UFC staffers and fighters Tuesday on a one-day tour of three upstate New York cities to extol the economic virtues of hosting a UFC event.
Striking drivers at Yellow Checker Star Transportation, Las Vegas’ second-largest cab company voted Wednesday to return to work after receiving concessions on several key contract provisions.
CARSON CITY — Las Vegas cabdrivers who have been on strike for weeks staged a loud protest Tuesday afternoon outside the Nevada legislative building, chanting about their ongoing contract disputes and the death of a bill that would have ramped up penalties for long hauling.
The drivers’ strike at Yellow Checker Star Transportation, Las Vegas’ second-largest taxi company, slogs into its seventh week after a failed attempt at mediation.