Sunday, July 19, 2009

Bally's, Caesars dealers overwhelmingly vote to authorize strike

As we posted on Friday night, the Union of Ailing Workplaces (UAW), aka the United Auto Workers were voting over the weekend whether or not to authorize a strike. Well, according to the Press of Altlantic City, the dealers at Bally's and slot technicians at Caesars in Atlantic City have given the green light to a walk out.

Harrah's has stated that they are "operationally ready" and that:

"We can and we will replace dealers with either temporary or permanent workers, and will make sure that our customers continue to receive exemplary service," Harrah's spokeswoman Alyce Parker said. "While a temporary inconvenience for us, any potential strike will have a much more profound impact on the dealers."


Read the entire article here: Bally's, Caesars dealers overwhelmingly vote to authorize strike

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