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Joe McInerney  - AH&LA firmly believes that new labor agreements can be reached to continue to provide hotel employees with the job security and benefits they need to maintain a good quality of life and also allows hotels to be competitive and deliver quality service at a reasonable price to our guests. But no matter what, hotels will remain open and will do everything they can to make sure all events are well executed and that there is little or no impact on any guest's stay.

AH&LA firmly believes that new labor agreements can be reached to continue to provide hotel employees with the job security and benefits they need to maintain a good quality of life and also allows hotels to be competitive and deliver quality service at a reasonable price to our guests. But no matter what, hotels will remain open and will do everything they can to make sure all events are well executed and that there is little or no impact on any guest's stay.

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Al Gini - The failure of work manifests itself in many ways: diminished self-esteem, toil without dignity, long hours on the job, poor pay, and the growing financial disparity between rank and file (the typical CEO in the 1990s made 150 times the average worker's pay), petty bureaucratic politics, the purposelessness of many of our tasks, the gnawing lack of creativity, fulfillment, and genuine sense of involvement on the job, the absence of autonomy, the increasing sense of isolation, excessive competitiveness, ineffective and inept leadership, physical and psychological enervation, feeling trapped in a system that primarily promotes products and profits over people, and the absence of the simple expectation of reward and recognition for a job well done.

The failure of work manifests itself in many ways: diminished self-esteem, toil without dignity, long hours on the job, poor pay, and the growing financial disparity between rank and file (the typical CEO in the 1990s made 150 times the average worker's pay), petty bureaucratic politics, the purposelessness of many of our tasks, the gnawing lack of creativity, fulfillment, and genuine sense of involvement on the job, the absence of autonomy, the increasing sense of isolation, excessive competitiveness, ineffective and inept leadership, physical and psychological enervation, feeling trapped in a system that primarily promotes products and profits over people, and the absence of the simple expectation of reward and recognition for a job well done.

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