A ceasefire between Station Casinos and the Culinary Workers Union Local 226 probably will lead to the unionization associated with the Palace Station in downtown Las Vegas.
Palace facility’s owner Station Casinos was accused of trying to influence an election of its employees by indirectly threatening them with health care premium cuts.
It’s not that Station has suddenly changed its long-held stance that is anti-union rather, the business has been forced into an awkward climb down, having been accused of rigging an employees’ election, possibly in violation for the National Labor Relations Act.
This week, the company agreed to settle a labor that is unfair problem filed to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) by the union. October Station was criticized by the NLRB for allegedly interfering with the election, held last.
‘Instead than practice long, disruptive and distracting procedures, the organization has decided that it would be in its most useful interests to proceed with negotiations with the union since the collective bargaining representative at Palace facility for the eligible bargaining product team members at that property,’ said facility in an formal statement.
Station Casinos added that it shall stop fighting Local 226’s attempt to unionize the house and proceed with negotiations.
Alleged ‘Election Rigging’
The election in question tried to determine whether casino employees want