SAN FRANCISCO — The organization representing workers in San Francisco hotels called upon Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees-Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union (UNITE-HERE), to continue contract negotions instead of rallying, according to the San Francisco Sentinel.
Sam Singer, a spokesman for the Hotel Council of
A rally is planned today at 4:15 p.m. local time near the Four Seasons Hotel at
Opponents of UNITE-HERE Local 2''s efforts are calling a measure put on the November ballot by labor leaders that will raise hotel taxes in
UNITE-HERE Local 2 membership has steadily dropped over the past few years from 14,000 to the current 9,000, something the Hotel Council of
According to the story, area hotels are honoring a contract that expired in August 2009 with UNITE-HERE Local 2 members that keeps their wage and benefits at current levels.
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