Facing labor strikes and the potential for more in the near future if the unions get the two-year worried about future effects. The union says a two-year contract will put San Francisco workers on the same schedule as members in other major cities, making it easier to negotiate on a national level with the chains that employ their bartenders and bellmen. The other side of the story:they're asking for, San Francisco's hospitality community is
"If they sustain one bad year because an event was disrupted and people didn't attend, it could be catastrophic," he said.
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