Staff at Sydney's Star City casino have voted to take industrial action over pay, frustrated over a two per cent rise offered by management.
The LHMU hospitality union says staff in the next few days are likely to decide exactly what action to take and when.
"Star City staff have decided on strike action because they are frustrated by the casino's unfair wage offer and management's refusal to listen to them," LHMU NSW branch secretary Mark Boyd said in a statement on Tuesday night.
"The casino put its offer to a vote of all staff in September and earlier this month. Star City staff voted overwhelmingly `no' twice to the casino's unfair pay offer.
"Star City is refusing to listen to its staff who just want a decent pay rise and don't want to lose any of their conditions.
"The decision to consider action is not taken lightly but staff feel it is their last resort."
Mr Boyd said $575 million was being spent renovating the venue, its top executives were paid $2.6 million and the casino's last quarter revenue was up 11.6 per cent.
No one was available for comment at Star City on Tuesday night. (Credit: Wires, Google News, AP)
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