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The NLRB also alleges that the ...
www.friends.hotel-online.com, 11 June 2003 [cached]
The NLRB also alleges that the hotel's general manager, Denis Artiles, assigned employees duties normally designated to security guards, installed and operated a series of video surveillance cameras throughout the facility and switched employees from the union's health care plan to an independent one May 1, all without notifying the union.
In the wake of the announcement by the union of the NLRB's findings, a public relations agency hired by Remington to represent them locally put out a press release claiming that Artiles, the hotel's general manager, had received death threats over the phone from 1:30 a.m. to 5 a.m. June 2.
According to the release, he
also received such threats in March.
could not be reached for comment Monday afternoon, as he
was on a flight.
The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel & Spa ...
kdprvirtual.com, $reference.date [cached]
The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel & Spa has filed a complaint with the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board after General Manager Denis Artiles received death threats over a four-hour period on June 2nd.
Eggs were thrown on Artiles' door and he received numerous death threat phone calls between 1:30 and 5 a.m. on Wednesday.
Dallas Employment Law Attorney | Ferguson Law Group P.C.
www.dallasbusinesslaw.com, 27 Aug 2012 [cached]
However, Remington Lodging alleged the move was made due to death threats made against the hotel's GM, Denis Artiles.
In addition, union members claim that management coerced a majority of workers to vote the union out.
The claim resulted in a federal injunction against the hotel operator forcing it to restore certain employee benefits, including paid health care and lunch breaks.
Lastly, nine employees were disciplined for submitting a boycott petition to Mr. Artiles
criticized Mr. Artiles'
actions citing the discipline was unlawful.
At an August 2010 protest rally ...
www.neaalaska.org, 30 April 2013 [cached]
At an August 2010 protest rally at the Sheraton, union employees said management had moved to divide employees, while Remington claimed that death threats had been made against Denis Artiles, the hotel's general manager.
criticized Remington's decision to discipline nine employees for presenting Artiles
with a boycott petition, a move the board says the company didn't defend in its filings.
The Sheraton says the union representing ...
www.ktuu.com, 26 Aug 2010 [cached]
The Sheraton says the union representing the Sheraton's workers, UNITE HERE 878, is demanding, and also claims that death threats have been made against hotel manager Denis Artiles.
According to one worker, the disputes have created a division among employees.
says more than 65 percent of hotel workers signed a petition that they no longer want to be represented by the union.