The Gaming Division represents dealers at Bally’s, Caesar’s, Harrah’s, Paris, and Wynn properties in Las Vegas, Nevada, negotiating a significant contract with multi-billionaire Steve Wynn. The division continues to look for opportunities to expand its reach in the gaming industry: fighting for fairer hours, member health and safety, and better wages.
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Gaming Division Updates
Gaming Division Updates
Published 29 Sep, 2016 When a first responder falls in the line of duty, communities often lower flags to half-staff as a sign of respect. So earlier this week when a firefighter lost his life battling a fire in the Bronx, members of Local 100 at the Kingsbridge Depot in New York lowered the facility’s […]
Published 22 Mar, 2016 TWU expresses its deepest sympathy for the victims of the terrorist attack in Brussels today, and stands in solidarity with their families. Our thoughts are with all the people of Belgium and we thank the brave workers on the front lines of transit and aviation security. Every day across the world, […]
Published 03 Dec, 2013 “Caesars Entertainment is a company that never stops wanting to take from the workforce,” said Gaming Division Director Joe Carbon, who in the last seven months organized 1,150 workers at three Caesars-owned casinos. “They’ve got their bean counters that never stop. Any little thing they can take from workers—some of your […]
Published 06 Aug, 2014 Today marks Day 2 of the TWU Veterans Committee’s three-day conference, taking place at the Local 100 union hall in Brooklyn, NY. The summit aims to unify and empower TWU veterans of the armed forces and support the development of veterans committee groups at our locals across the country. Elected officials, […]
Published 28 Jan, 2015 The latest issue of the TWU Express is hot off the presses and en route to TWU members across America. But you can get an advance look at the digital version of the issue right now! Read the full issue Read and download previous issues …Return
Published 28 Jan, 2016 Fifty years ago today, just days after leading a successful transit strike that brought New York City to its knees, TWU’s founder and fiery leader Michael J. Quill passed away. While commemorating the anniversary of his death, TWU members honor Quill’s legacy every day by fighting against discrimination, improving workplace […]
Published 01 Jul, 2016 July 4, 2016 In a year more noted for its sharp political divides, it is important that we come together as a union to celebrate what ties us together at TWU and what binds us as a nation. This weekend while we celebrate our country’s birth, TWU International President Harry Lombardo […]
Published 24 Mar, 2016 On a cloudy Saturday in mid-March, TWU Local 2015 paid tribute to the late James Riley, former president of the local, during the 41st annual Wilmington, Del., St. Patrick’s Day parade. Brother Riley died unexpectedly last April and the local and his family felt that honoring his memory in the parade […]