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Author: Hyatt, Published on: 14 August 2011
The most recent blog posting by American Rights At Work inaccurately represents Hyatt’s position on proposed legislation in California and makes other inaccurate statements about working conditions at Hyatt…California’s SB 432…unfortunately increases a housekeeper’s workload by adding additional steps to bed-making that are not necessary or helpful… Hyatt takes a number of important steps to make the best possible work environment for…[its] employees, especially…housekeepers…The…”study” published in the American journal of Industrial Medicine…distorted…outdated data to achieve a result that was negative to the industry. Hyatt, in an effort to have an accurate discussion of the issue, commissioned a professional analysis of the UniteHere study by Dr. Jane Derebery…who concluded that the study reaches “assertions that are unsupported by the limited, significantly-confounded observational study that its authors conducted.
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