(HuffPost) – By Dave Jamieson. The weekslong strike that hit Marriott hotels in seven cities is starting to show signs of resolution after 2,700 workers in Hawaii signed off on a new contract with their hotels’ owner Tuesday.
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(Meetings Today) – By Tyler Davidson. Hotel worker labor union UNITE HERE and hotel company Kyo-ya, which owns several hotels operated by Marriott in Hawaii, reached an agreement on a new union contract on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, ending a 51-day strike.
(The Points Guy) – By Danielle Vito. Marriott workers in Hawaii have finally put down their picket signs. The 2,700 Marriott workers in the UNITE HERE Local 5 union had been on strike since Oct. 8, and an agreement was finally reached with the hotel company on Nov. 27. The contract, which will give the Local 5 […]
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(Meetings and Conventions) – By Cheryl-Anne Sturken. After being on strike for 51 days, 2,700 workers at Marriott properties in Hawaii have reached a deal with the hotel chain. Unite Here Local 5, the union representing the striking employees, said in a statement that its members voted overwhelmingly to ratify the new agreement.
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