Hyatt Hotels Corp. and the Unite Here labor union on Monday announced a tentative deal resolving a years-long dispute. - Business Travel News

Share this page

Business Travel Supplier Directory

Text size: A A A

NewsLog
RSS

July 01, 2013 - 03:50 PM ET

Hyatt Hotels Corp. and the Unite Here labor union on Monday announced a tentative deal resolving a years-long dispute. Pending approval by members of union that represents many Hyatt workers, the deal provides union contracts through 2018 for Hyatt employees in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and Honolulu. The contracts provide retroactive wage increases and maintain health care and pension benefits as well as a process in which employees at some Hyatt hotels can vote on whether they wish to be represented by Unite Here. If the contracts are ratified, the union also will end its global boycott of Hyatt, which it started last year.

This page is protected by Copyright laws. Do Not Copy. Purchase Reprint

Leave your comment:

Comments

blog comments powered by Disqus
Related NewsLog
Hotel distribution technology supplier Pegasus Solutions named hotel industry veteran Scott Gibson as CEO after significant structural changes within the company.... read more »
The average daily rate at U.S. hotels in October increased 4.6 percent year over year to $118.87... read more »
Basic Wi-Fi access now is free across the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces portfolio,... read more »
Hilton Worldwide effective Jan. 1, 2015, will levy "one night's room fee and applicable taxes" if cancellations aren't made by 11:59 p.m. the day before scheduled check-in,... read more »
Corporate housing supplier Furnished Quarters next year in New York will open the first property of a new residential extended-stay hotel brand,... read more »
Hilton Worldwide expanded its mobile room key functionality to enable access to fitness centers, executive floors, elevators and parking facilities,... read more »
Marriott International will provide free standard Wi-Fi in more than 3,800 hotels to all Marriott Rewards members who book through Marriott channels,... read more »
Accor between 2014 and 2018 will invest about $284 million in a "digital strategy"... read more »
Kempinski Hotels on Thursday announced CEO Reto Wittwer has retired, effective immediately,... read more »
Hilton Worldwide signed an exclusive license agreement with Plateno Hotels Group,... read more »
InterContinental Hotels Group on Monday unveiled a new Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts guest-room design.... read more »