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Press of Atlantic City

Originally Published:Monday, September 19, 2011

Local 54 casino workers union fights prospect of pay cuts in weak economy, more competitive gaming market

By Donald Wittkowski
Press of Atlantic City

"All the prior union contracts were negotiated in a monopolistic environment in Atlantic City," said Harvey Perkins, executive vice president of Spectrum Gaming Group, a casino consulting firm based in Linwood. "Subsequently, as we all know, Atlantic City no longer has a monopoly on East Coast gaming. So it's reasonable to assume, given the market dynamics that currently exist, that some economic adjustments may have to take place within the contracts."

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