San Francisco News
Workers' labor dispute with Hyatt hotels intensifies
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A three-year long labor dispute between Hyatt hotels and its employees is getting nastier.
On Wednesday, workers are out picketing in front of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Francisco's Union Square. They're calling for a global boycott of the hotel chain, charging Hyatt with overworking employees and unfair firings.
The National Football Player's Association is backing the boycott. Hyatt hotels recently won a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board which cited the union for negotiating in bad faith.
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