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The National Labor Relations Board ruled in favor of four housekeepers, who said they were retaliated against and fired for trying to improve working conditions at the Los Alamos Holiday Inn Express.
The housekeepers won reinstatement and back pay this week, according to a press release from Somos Un Pueblo Unido .
The press release said in September 2013, Rosa Sanchez, Malena Sanchez, Ramona Salaiz and Yolanda Salaiz formed a work site committee to collectively complain about a hostile work environment, favoritism by supervisors, and unequal application of disciplinary measures (including arbitrary write-ups).
The press release said the hotel soon began a series of retaliatory actions that included: threatening committee members with termination and lawsuits; reducing hours; intimidating the workers by having a uniformed police officer at a staff meeting; and increasing surveillance by installing cameras in housekeeper areas.
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