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Hotel union demands financial books of hotels seeking to cut worker pay

NYHTC - April 10, 2009 Share/Save/Bookmark

After ten years of record profits and unprecedented occupancy rates, twenty hotels are seeking to cut wages and concessions from union members in New York City. But the Hotel Trades Council refuses to bend to the demands of greedy hotel owners and has the right to see the financial books of every hotel that wants to makes wage cuts.

Baglie, Charles V. With more rooms empty, hotels seek to cut worker pay. NY Times, April 10, 2009.
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