UNITE HERE! union members representing hotel and culinary workers in San Francisco and San Jose have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike against the cities’ Marriott properties as October convention season is ready to kick into high gear.
Hospitality industry workers at 26 Chicago hotels are on strike, with four more hotels in jeopardy of a strike.
UNITE HERE union workers in Seattle and San Jose, California, confirmed they will hold a strike vote on Marriott properties, joining other union workers holding strike votes in San Francisco, Boston, Honolulu and Maui.
Union hotel workers are set to strike at 30 properties in downtown Chicago September 1, 2018, following the expiration of the UNITE HERE Local 1 contract. Union members authorized a strike by a 97 percent vote August 16, 2018, and although spokespeople for the union are remaining tight-lipped leading up to the possible strike, its Twitter page has the appearance of an imminent labor action.
Meetings industry attorney Joshua Grimes explains how MGM Resorts' application of the Safety Act could impact the meetings industry.
Labor disruptions from union Unite Here threaten disruptions in Marriott hotels in eight U.S. cities and Toronto.
The UNITE HERE labor union rolled out travel advisories on Marriott hotels in eight major American cities, where contracts have either expired or are set to, for over 12,000 unionized workers.
The United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida issued a judgement on June 21, 2018, in favor of RockStar Hotels and rejecting claims of trademark infringement in a suit brought by Hard Rock Hotels. This allows the hotel company to continue using the RockStar Hotels name.