Breaking: US orchestra votes to strike

Musicians of the Las Vegas Philharmonic have rejected the orchestra management’s ‘Last and Best
Offer’ and authorised their union to call a strike.

The musicians have been out of contract since August 1, 2018. A December meeting with a mediator from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service failed to bring the sides together.

The musicians say the are continuing to work with the mediator in search of a solution.

 

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  • Robert Roy says:

    I’m amazed to discover that Las Vegas has an orchestra!

  • The View from America says:

    Sounds like a game of high-stakes poker — perfect for the locale.

  • Mary says:

    A vote to authorize the union to call a strike is not at all the same thing as voting to strike. It gives the union negotiating committee a stronger hand to play as negotiations proceed, that’s all. They may call a strike, in which case they don’t have to go back to the membership at large; they may not. Please try to confine your headlines to the facts of the matter.

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