Las Vegas hospitality workers for Caesars Entertainment overwhelmingly voted to ratify a new five-year contract with the casino.
According to the Culinary & Bartenders Unions, 99% of union-represented workers voted to OK the deal with Caesars Monday.
“Thousands of Culinary Union members employed at Caesars Entertainment have voted by 99% YES to ratify their new 5-year BEST CONTRACT EVER! Congratulations to 10,000 hospitality workers,” the union posted on X.
The unions reached tentative deals with many of the famous Las Vegas casinos earlier this month, but only Caesars workers have voted to ratify. The results of votes at MGM and Wynn Resorts are expected in the next few days.
The deals reached at each of the casinos raise wages, reduce housekeeping quotas and mandate daily room cleanings.
The parties reached their pending agreements just before the strike deadline on Nov. 10, narrowly avoiding a strike. The contract fights were tense, with hundreds of union workers marching down the Las Vegas Strip and disrupting traffic.