(KITV) – After a grueling 51-day strike, UNITE HERE Local 5 hotel workers in Waikiki and on Maui are heading back to work.
(Maui News) – By Lee Imada and Colleen Uechi. Workers at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa in Kaanapali will be returning to their jobs today after going on strike Oct. 8, according to a union official.
(Hawaii News Now Sunrise) – The 2700 employees of five, Kyo-ya owned, Marriott run properties, ratified a new contract that increases wages by about $6 more an hour in pay and benefits by 2021.
(Honolulu Star-Advertiser) – As striking hotel employees begin returning to work today at five Marriott-managed hotels, the focus shifts to about 15 other major Hawaii hotels where union members soon will be pushing for better wages and benefits.
(San Francisco Examiner) – By Laura Waxmann. More than 2,700 hotel workers in Hawaii have ended a nearly two-month long strike on Monday after ratifying a new contract with Marriott, while a Marriott workers strike here in San Francisco continues.
(Think Progress) – By Casey Quinlan. Hawaii hotel workers, who went on strike in early October, finally reached a deal on their contract. After 51 days of striking, workers have won higher wages as well as more funding for health care and pensions.