Contract agreed for workers at Bally’s Twin River Casino

November 3, 2023

Teamsters Local 251 announced on Thursday that it had approved a contract with Bally's.

Workers at Bally’s Twin River Casino have secured a new contract that is due to include a number of benefits. 

The contract was agreed with Bally’s Twin River Casino by Teamsters Local 251, who represent workers across Rhode Island and South Eastern Massachusetts, and was announced on Thursday. 

Within the contract, which is five years in length, it will include: wage increases, Teamsters health care and coverage for all workers under the New England Teamers Trucking and Industry Pension fund, according to the Union.

This new contract applies to around 35 maintenance workers and valets at the casino, says the Union. 

Business Agent at Teamsters Local 251 Thomas Salvatore, gave his thoughts, “We have fought for these gains for generations at the Twin River property. The change in tenor and the relationship with Bally’s, who recently started managing the property, has sent our members and the community the right signal.  

“We are grateful to have delivered such large gains for our members.” 

Back in April, Bally’s Twin River Casino, located in Lincoln, opened 40,000 square feet of new gaming space in an expansion project which included 355 slot machines, 57 tables games, 27 stadium-style games, a high-limit gaming area, a waterfall, a food hall that seats 150 guests, a private dining area with exterior views, a 16-seat casino bar and a cigar lounge with access to an outdoor smoking patio. 


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