Singer Helps Bay Area Hotels Deal with Labor Unrest
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Singer Helps Bay Area Hotels Deal with Labor Unrest

The Hotel Council of San Francisco has retained Sam Singer, president of Bay Area public affairs and crisis communications specialist Singer Associates, to act as a spokesman for the trade group as it calls for an end to a series of rolling strikes.

Paul Holmes

SAN FRANCISCO—The Hotel Council of San Francisco has retained Sam Singer, president of Bay Area public affairs and crisis communications specialist Singer Associates, to act as a spokesman for the trade group as it calls for an end to a series of rolling strikes against hotels in San Francisco.

 

The Hotel Council has called on Local 2 Unite Here to end the “destructive practice” of calling rolling strikes at and focus on talks at the negotiation table. “What union leaders are doing is harmful to San Francisco’s economy, tourism and international reputation,” says Patricia Breslin, executive director of the Hotel Council of San Francisco.

 

Earlier this year, Singer helped the Bay Area Rapid Transit District successfully conclude more than four months of negotiations with its two largest unions.

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