( ブログナビ！ちゃおハワイHawaii) – 10/8（月曜）から始まったマリオット系列のホテル従業員のストライキは、「シェラトンワイキキ」、「ロイヤルハワイアン」、「ウェスティンモアナサーフライダー」、「シェラトンプリンセスカイウラニ」、「シェラトンマウイ」という人気ホテルに多大な影響を及ぼしています。
(Maui Time) – By Axel Beers. Three Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa employees were “trespassed” and banned from hotel property for a year, after being stopped by security while distributing leaflets to guests on Oct. 12. The workers are among the 325 Sheraton Maui employees on strike and represented by the union UNITE HERE Local 5. One employee, Bernie Sanchez, was handcuffed by a Maui Police Department officer when she tried to leave the hotel grounds, the union said.
(Honolulu Star-Advertiser) – By Allison Schaefers. The hotel strike on Oahu and Maui could put a damper on two high-profile group events coming to Hawaii this week, including Waikiki’s largest convention of the year.
(Honolulu Star-Advertiser) – By Eric Gill. Over 7,700 workers — 2,700 in Hawaii — are on strike at 23 Marriott-operated hotels in eight American cities. Their strike is about issues that are vitally important to us all.
(The Maui News) – By Colleen Uechi. The union representing striking workers at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the hotel for banning three of its employees for one year.
(Honolulu Civil Beat) – By Jun Shin. On Sept. 10, 95 percent of Unite Here Local 5’s Marriott hotel workers and others here in Hawaii voted to authorize a strike. On Oct. 8, joining thousands of other Unite Here affiliated workers striking in cities like Boston and San Francisco, Local 5 hotel workers in Oahu and on Maui began their strike.