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NEWS 3 LAS VEGAS: Culinary Union says contracts with MGM, Caesars and Wynn have expired

Labor contracts covering about 40,000 workers at some of the biggest resorts on the Las Vegas Strip have expired, according to union leaders.

The announcement means those employees will continue to work under their expired contract, but the no-strike provisions are no longer in effect.

The Culinary Union says as of Friday, the contracts with MGM Resorts, Caesars Entertainment and Wynn Resorts ended as of Friday, Sept. 15, and union representatives sent letters to each of the affected properties to initiate a seven-day notice.

Terms and conditions of the expired contracts largely remain in effect, including for wages, benefits and job security. Without a no-strike provision, however, workers could go on strike if they vote to authorize one.

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