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Trump's Vegas Hotel Refuses To Recognize Its Workers' Union

Alice Ollstein Think Progress
Last year, the hotel violated federal labor law by suspending five workers for wearing union buttons and talking to their coworkers about the union drive. They were eventually reinstated with back pay. The union also filed an official complaint accusing Trump management of "incidents of alleged physical assault, verbal abuse, intimidation, and threats."


Bankers Learn What Happens in Vegas Can Land Back in D.C.

Robert Schmidt Bloomberg
One detail Deutsche Bank didn’t account for when it opened The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas casino: a labor dispute that has reached from Nevada into the bank’s dealings with the Federal Reserve in Washington.


Nearly 100 union backers arrested in protest of Cosmopolitan

Ed Komenda Vegas Inc
Workers at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, have been working without a first contract for 2 years, and bargaining for 18 months. The property is one of only a handful on the Las Vegas Strip that does not have Culinary Union 226 union standards in place, including employer paid healthcare, pension, and housekeeping workload provisions. Over 2,000 workers have picketed the Cosmo 3 times in 2 months.
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