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Marriott Hotel Workers Ratify New Contract, Will Return to Work



    Tentative Agreement to End Marriott Hotel Worker Strike

    Workers at Marriott hotels in San Francisco who have been on strike for two months have reached a tentative agreement with the hotel company, the workers' union announced Monday. Mark Matthews reports. (Published Monday, Dec. 3, 2018)

    Marriott hotel workers in San Francisco will return to work on Wednesday following a strike that lasted more than two months, according to the workers' union Unite Here Local 2.

    Union officials announced Monday evening that an overwhelming 99.6 percent of union workers ratified a new contract for the nearly 2,500 Marriott workers who went on strike in early October to demand better pay, more job security and lighter workloads.

    Union workers main demand was a wage high enough so they don't have to work two or three jobs to make ends meet.

    "Now we turn to the remaining 5,500 Unite Here Local 2 hotel workers who are still working with expired contracts. To the Hilton, the Hyatt, the Fairmont, we say--we've got a deal. This is the deal," union president Anand Singh said in a statement.

    Marriott officials confirmed Monday morning it had reached a tentative agreement with the union. Marriott officials didn't immediate respond to a request for a comment.

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