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Staff Approve New Casino Rama Contracts
For the past year or so, provinces across Canada have had to deal with union-led strike action from employees of their casinos. This is something that has led to a lot of friction between casino providers, most notably Gateway Casinos, and employee unions such as Unifor Local. There are a lot of different issues that have combined here, and it is never a simple process.
And casino workers at Rama seem to have finally reached an agreement with Gateway Casinos, as it was revealed this week that the two parties have agreed a new three-year contract. This will see workers secure a 10% pay rise, in addition to other benefits, over the next three years. The move could set a precedent for other casinos, unions, and workforces across Canada over the next year or so. More workers unions could use for renegotiations of contracts, and this could lead to further strikes as a result.
Strike action could well derail casino operations across the country, but it has been shown to have positive effects in regards to negotiating. These new three-year contracts are bound to have a positive result for the future, and help the staff of Casino Rama to get a fairer and more positive compensation for their efforts.