Vegas Workers Threaten Over Wages, Safety and Robots, But Owners Don’t See Strike

The owners of Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, seen here, are among those operators working hard to avert a strike on June 1 with culinary workers and bartenders.

Skift Take: The issues at the center of labor unrest in Las Vegas translate across the entire U.S. economy: a decent wage, workplace safety and losing your job to a robot. The culinary workers and bartenders’ contract is up June 1. Let’s see what owners can guarantee.

— Tom Lowry

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