Tensions rose Tuesday between the Southern California hotel operators and their striking workers during the first bargaining session since intermittent walkouts beginning July 1. Hotel representatives accused the union of failing to bargain in good faith, and Unite Here Local
Hotel rooms occupied by Afghan interpreters and soldiers who served with the British army are being cleared to house people who came across the Channel in small boats, the Guardian has learned.
Suella Braverman, the home secretary, has sent letters
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The Federal Reserve highlighted
“Singapore is Asia for beginners,” says Cher and the Loneliest Elephant director Jonathan Finnigan, “because it’s so safe, it’s so organized, and English is the national language. Everything works, and you’re never going to struggle for good food — there’s
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The targets in an Iranian-planned attack in Cyprus included an Israeli real estate businessman and a Chabad House, as well as hotels and entertainment venues frequented by Israeli tourists, Channel 12 reported Monday.
The report named the alleged targets, citing
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The largest hospitality union in Southern California has approved a strike for more than 15,000 workers that could begin in early July if an agreement isn’t reached on increased pay and other benefits.
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Hotels typically try to accommodate guests to the best of their ability, but according to a recent survey, some properties may have taken that sentiment a bit too far.
In its first-ever Room Service Report, Hotels.com surveyed nearly 500 hotels
PARIS, June 3 (Reuters) – Tour de France organizers have set up an anti-COVID protocol for this year’s race, with riders and team staff banned from signing autographs and eating out of their hotels, a source with direct knowledge of