Boycott HTH Corporation
Pacific Beach Hotel * Pagoda Hotel & Restaurant
Justice at the Beach, a coalition for justice at Pacific Beach Hotel, is asking the public to boycott HTH Corporation, owner of the Pacific Beach Hotel and Pagoda Hotel and Restaurant.
In 2002, workers at the Pacific Beach Hotel sought union representation. After two NLRB-run elections and years of delay, workers at the hotel finally won the right to be represented by the ILWU Local 142 and began negotiations for a first contract.
That was two years ago, but the workers still have no contract to protect their wages, benefits and working conditions. They have suffered:
• Unfair treatment and favoritism
• Intimidation by management
• Discrimination against union supporters
• Numerous violations of federal labor law
These dedicated employees of the Pacific Beach Hotel worked hard at their jobs, going without a pay raise for 10 years. Many have worked for the hotel more than 20 years. They deserve to be treated with dignity and fairness. They deserve the protection of a union contract.
We believe that what HTH Corporation has done to its employees is unethical, illegal, constitutes unfair labor practice, and shows no aloha for the workers who helped make the company successful.
You can help the workers at the Pacific Beach Hotel. Until the company fully respects federal labor law and negotiates in good faith with the workers of Pacific Beach Hotel, make a pledge to boycott HTH Corporation, including Pacific Beach Hotel and the Pagoda Hotel and Restaurant.
For information call (808) 386-2574 or visit www.pacbeachworkers.ilwulocal142.org