"A settlement was announced Thursday between Trump International Hotel Las Vegas and the National Labor Relations Board, adding to the multitude of citations, liens, judgments and lawsuits against its parent company for failing to pay employees and contractors, and for other unfair labor practices. The company must pay $11,200 to two employees, one of whom was allegedly fired for his union support. The other worker, according to the NLRB complaint that led to the settlement, was denied a transfer to a full-time job. Trump International accepted the settlement, which averts a trial before an administrative law judge of the NLRB." (read the story here)
A Union Is Building A Wall Of Taco Trucks Outside Trump’s Las Vegas Hotel
The Culinary Union — and other groups — is doing the stunt ahead of the debate this week.
Donald Trump Is Slipping Among Union Voters, Says AFL-CIO
"There’s no basis for the idea that Trump is making inroads in the union community. Quite the contrary." AFL-CIO Political Director Michael Podhorzer
New poll: Trump is not as favored by union members as he says he is
Do Union members really support Donald Trump as much as Trump says they do?
Majority of Boulder Station employees vote for union representation
Employees at Boulder Station won their union election.
A good starting point and resource for planners, especially those unfamiliar with Las Vegas, is VegasTravelAlert.org
Easy steps to ensure your conference goes off without a hitch.