If I was the concession workers union, I would wait until about three days before the Home Run Derby and then say they are going on strike. They haven’t had a contract since 2019 and there is no reason an organization like the Dodgers can’t have worked on a contract since then.
LOS ANGELES, July 11 (Reuters) - Concession workers at Dodger Stadium have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike just over a week before the venue is set to host Major League Baseball's All-Star Game.
More than 1,500 workers for concessions giant Compass Group and Levy Restaurants voted 99% in support of the authorization and union leaders said a strike could be called at any moment.
The workers are currently trying to negotiate a new contract.