Union workers at hotels in San Francisco and Chicago voted in late October to authorize strikes against hotels in those cities, setting the stage for work stoppages should contract negotiations stall. Strike authorization votes don’t mean that strikes are imminent, but they give the union leaders the authority to strike if they feel it is warranted. In 2004, the last time contracts were up for renewal in San Francisco, there was a two-week strike by Unite Here Local 2, followed by a ...

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