NLRB issues complaint against Baltimore Hyatt

By Fern Shen, Baltimore Brew

Hotel workers plan to take to the streets again today, as they did in July, to allege that the Hyatt Regency Baltimore is harassing workers involved in discussing unionizing.

But this time the waiters, kitchen workers and other employees have in hand an official complaint against the company – filed by the National Labor Relations Board – that makes the same charges.

The Hyatt engaged in surveillance, threatened workers with firing, more strictly enforced attendance and performance policies and discharged employees – all because the employees assisted the Union, according to the nine-page complaint, filed November 1.

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