After a 51-day strike, UNITE HERE Local 5 hotel workers are back to work

(KITV) – After a grueling 51-day strike, UNITE HERE Local 5 hotel workers in Waikiki and on Maui are heading back to work.

Sheraton Maui workers go back to work today

(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.

New contract approved for Local 5 hotel workers

(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.

Strike-ending deal means 5 hotels down, about 15 more to go

(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.

Marriott workers in Hawaii end strike, vote to ratify new contract

(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.

After nearly 2 months on strike, Hawaii workers secure better contract

(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.