Delta Vancouver Airport Hotel workers won big improvements to their contract today, ratifying an agreement that achieves the new Vancouver hotel contract standard. Housekeeping workload relief, significant pension contribution increases, protected medical benefits, wage increases, improved union rights and more are part of the new contract. Housekeeping workload improvements include more room drops for double-doubles […]
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After more than a 4-year shut down, the historic Hotel Georgia is scheduled to re-open in early May and UNITE HERE! Local 40 is working hard to return long-time Union members to the hotel. If you worked at the Hotel Georgia prior to the shut down and wish to return to the hotel–which will be […]
Vancouver hotel workers last week ratified a four-year contract with the Greater Vancouver Hotel Employers Association, gaining improved pensions and benefits, higher pay, and reductions in housekeeping workload.
Local 40 members at the Coast Discovery Inn in Campbell River have a new contract that achieves UNITE HERE’s provincial hotel standard. The new Discovery Inn contract increases funding for the pension, improves dental, vision and prescription benefits, increases wages and protects gratuities for banquet workers. Housekeepers will also see a reduction in workload. Thank […]
A surge of unionized room cleaners claiming their jobs are unnecessarily crippling sent a message to management.
A labour dispute at some of the city’s most-luxurious hotels has dragged on for over four months now.
Green or Greed? The Westin Bayshore Hotel recently instituted the “Make a Green Choice” program, encouraging guests to refuse housekeeping services by rewarding them with a $5 coupon for each day they refuse service. Westin Bayshore says this is “green.” Westin Bayshore housekeepers say its “greed.” Real Green or Fake Green? “After 3 or 4 […]
Workers protest option given guests at luxury hotels, launch boycott of Vancouver Hyatt.
Organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival have more than red carpets and galas to worry about as the host hotel deals with a labour dispute.