Baltimore IMC :
Baltimore IMC

Announcement :: Baltimore MD : Labor

March & Food Drive for Hotel Workers on Nov. 18th!

Meet in Baltimore, Tuesday November 18th at 4pm, at the War Memorial Plaza (Holiday & E. Lexington)in front of City Hall.

Contact: Unite Here! Mid-Atlantic Region

410-659-2191 ext. 12
nov_18_flyer.pdf (280 k)

For Baltimore Hotel Workers

Working without a contract since April 2006, the Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel workers have called for a boycott of their own hotel.

Their employer, Columbia Sussex, has increased employees'workloads, increased the cost of health benefits, eliminated key employee rights and is insisting on having the right to contract out
workers’ jobs.

Contact: Unite Here! Mid-Atlantic Region

410-659-2191 ext. 12

The Hospitality Industry is the second largest industry in Baltimore. Hotel workers need to make living wages and be able to support themselves and their families.

The Sheraton Baltimore City Center workers are part of the international Hotel Workers Rising
Campaign to bring equality to the men and women who cook, clean and serve in hotels throughout
North America.

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