Unite Here, the parent alliance of Culinary Workers Union, which is a certified representative of employees in Trump Hotel Las Vegas, on Tuesday, called for a national boycott, a total business that is connected with the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Unite Here is a trade union in the United States and Canada with more than 265,000 active members. Members of the trade union work mainly in hotels, catering facilities, laundry, warehouses and casinos. The Union was formed in 2004 as a result of the merger of the Needletrades trade union, employees of industrial and textile enterprises and employees of the hotel and restaurant business.
The Maternal company Culinary Workers Union called for a business-owned business boycott, invested or in partnership with Trump, until Trump Hotel Las Vegas disputes its legal obligation to make a deal with Culinary Workers Union.
Campaign #boycotttrump comes as a result of a refusal by the official board of Trump Hotel Las Vegas recognition of elections in December 2015, as a result of which most employees of the hotel participating in the voting decided to join Culinary Union. The latter is the largest immigrant organization in Nevada with more than 57,000 members, including about 55 percent of women and 56 percent of Latin Americans, this is the biggest branch of Unite Here.
Trump National Golf Course, in Los Angeles recently picked up members of the Union, who decided to declare boycott through the club restaurant. Further events in the framework of the boycott are scheduled by local participants of the Union on September 29 in San Francisco, Vaikiki and Chicago on October 1 and 18, respectively. Moreover, it is expected, after this action will be held in New York, Florida and Virginia.
President Unite Here D. Taylor, said: "While Donald Trump led an unacceptable anti-employee and anti-immigrant presidential campaign, workers in his hotel in Las Vegas fought for dignity and respect in their workplace. They voted for joining the trade union, they won, and now the law says Trump must negotiate ".
Culinary Workers Union continues to argue that the hostile anti-union campaign was carried out by the leadership of Trump Hotel Las Vegas, with the participation of antiprofsuzny consultants and payments to them more than $ 500,000. Estimated crimes include interrogations and threats to supporters of the Union. Geoconda Arguello-Kline, CWU Secretary-Treasurer, said: "After the shameful anti-union campaign was held against its own workers, the hotel still refuses to negotiate with their employees," and, "We call on allies and workers to stand in solidarity in the national boycott, while Donald Trump, the "great negotiator" comes to the table".
In addition to the Trump Hotel, all 10 Casino Clark County, along with Aliante, with which Boyd Gaming has completed a purchase transaction yesterday, and Casino Resort Palms are also in active labor disputes, but they are included in CWU.
Meanwhile, September 10, the manager of Karl Ikan filed an official statement to the game department of New Jersey about bringing to execution with a request to enable, close Trump Taj Mahal in October.
AFL-CIO will support a boycott according to the press secretary of Culinary Workers Union, they have the potential to attract 12 million workers in the United States, which are representatives of 56 trade unions.