Taxi company shuts down talks, strike possible
31 January 2013
Representatives of the Yellow-Checker-Star taxi group won’t return to contract negotiations, saying a contract rejected by 70 percent of the drivers’ union membership on Monday is their best and final offer. The YCS reply announced today sets the stage for a potential strike against Las Vegas’ second-largest taxi group on the eve of one of the city’s busiest times — Super Bowl weekend. The current extended contract ends at midnight tonight. More than 1,100 drivers represented by the Industrial Technical Professional Employees union overwhelmingly rejected YCS’ most recent contract offer in a vote conducted Sunday and Monday. The union notified ...
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