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Housekeepers Launch Global
Boycott of Hyatt TODAY

Housekeepers nationwide need your help. If you’ve ever stayed at a Hyatt and had a good night’s sleep, you have a housekeeper to thank for your fresh sheets and fluffed pillows. But invisible to hotel guests is the pain and hardship that housekeepers endure to provide us with an atmosphere of comfort and luxury.

That’s why this week Hyatt housekeepers are launching a global boycott of Hyatt. Please take two seconds to support them by
voting Hyatt the Worst Hotel Employer in America.

Why is Hyatt the worst? Hyatt has replaced career housekeepers with temp workers earning minimum wage. Hyatt housekeepers have heavy workloads that can lead to debilitating pain and injuries. Hyatt has fired women shortly after they have spoken out about abuse and indignities at work. And Hyatt even turned heat lamps on workers protesting these conditions during a brutal Chicago heat wave.

Worldwide, we are calling on two million people to take a stand and
Vote Hyatt Worst. By joining together, we will urge Hyatt to change its ways.

VOTE HERE: Hyatt Hurts! They’re the Worst!

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Join Airport Workers
for National Day of Action

On May 1st, hundreds of airport workers took to the streets for dignified wages and health care for their families, and to demand a stop to the unfair labor practices from companies like Menzies, Swissport and AVSG.

Now, on July 26, thousands of airport workers from Boston, Chicago, Houston, Minneapolis, New Jersey, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle and other airports across the country will also take their struggle to the streets.

Let's show them what an airport action looks like.

Download the flyer here.

WHEN: Thursday, July 26, 12PM
WHERE: LAX, Terminal 2, Departures Level

L.A. Labor in the News

Jim Newton Op-Ed: Getting L.A. growing again, Los Angeles Times, July 23, 2012

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