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Hyatt Hotel workers are on strike and have been locked out after wearing orange protest scarves on the job.
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Your lead says locked-out, but the CTV story you link it to says On Strike! Two very different things!
The CTV article reads: The 600-room Hyatt Hotel in downtown Montreal is being operated by management after workers voted 94 percent in favour to strike after being without contract since mid-June. The workers were locked out after they started customizing their uniforms to bring attention to their position.
Do you have more information on this? The workers voted to strike but, as I understand it, the employer locked them out before they actually struck. My second link calls it a lockout.
The employer says it’s not a lockout as workers were sent home because they did not wear their uniform properly (with the scarf). We’re in a rhetoric debate here.
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