The casino operator has no intention of bringing back its entire workforce as it rebuilds after the coronavirus.
Demanding a labor deal with Station Casinos, the Culinary Union drew the majority of the remaining Democratic Presidential hopefuls into their picket line.
Attempts at having union efforts thrown out by Station Casinos fails.
Analysts believe that investors are in a mode of wait-and-see, hoping to see some type of cost-cutting efforts on the part of the business.
Several workers has been interviewed and research shows that properties owned by Station Casinos, could be failing to provide a safe workplace.
Jon Gray stepped down from his executive position after leading the venue through a redevelopment project that cost around $690 million.
Bernie Sanders called out Station Casinos or their repeated failure to recognize the legitimacy of the recently approved union at the Palms Casino Resort.
Julian Castro, who hopes to take on Donald Trump in next year’s presidential election, is calling out Station and its parent company, Red Rock Resorts, Inc.
As various entities controlled by Station Casinos continue to ignore their employees’ move to legally unionize, supporters of those workers are planning on taking action.
In April, Station Casinos-owned Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas saw its workers decide to unionize with two of the gambling city’s biggest unions.