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Landing refutes union accusations regarding smoking at Jeju Shinhwa World

In its increasingly bitter dispute with the local labor union, Landing International has refuted claims by union leaders that it puts the health of workers at risk, noting that it complies with all labor laws and that a smoking ban inside the casino is now taking effect.

Shinhwa World labor union demands worker protections against smokers

A labor union representing workers at Shinhwa World in Jeju is demanding that the company enforce protections vis-a-vis cigarette smoking, pointing out that even in Macau smoking is now prohibited in casinos.

NagaCorp faces union backlash over dismissal, wage dispute

Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp is under fire from labor rights groups after dismissing a union leader amid an ongoing wage dispute, Nikkei Asian Review reports.  The...

Nagaworld main union pushes for better status

Nagaworld’s main union is collecting a list of members in order to prove it represents more than 50 percent of employees at the Cambodian...

No more gaming tables, says gaming employees union

Members of the Gaming Employees Advancement Association have petitioned the government on Sunday Dec. 6 not to authorize any more gaming tables for Macau’s...
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