labor

Catherine Cruz

Hotel workers in Waikiku as well as on the mainland took to the streets in an effort to flex their political muscle.

In San Francisco, police arrested 75 people during yesterday’s rally in front of Marriott’s Union Street hotel. In Boston, workers staged a sit-in on a city street, though there were no arrests.

A similar effort was tried in Waikiki but United Here workers ended up gathering on Kakalaua across from the Waikiki Marriott where union leaders announced they will take a strike vote on September 10th. 

Catherine Cruz

Labor Protests, Feather Cloak in Burned Museum; Impact Fees; New Release from Jake Shimabukuro

Ku'uwehi Hiraishi

Labor Day is meant to be a day of rest for workers across the country. But some Hawaiʻi residents will actually spend it working not just one but two jobs. HPR’s Kuʻuwehi Hiraishi reports.

The Conversation: Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Jun 7, 2016
Wikipedia

Maui Job Market; Kaua‘i Voices Concert; Neal Conan; The Rat and The Octopus come to the MAAC

Maui’s Jobs Market: Linda Chu Takayama

It’s been nearly three weeks since a clothing factory collapsed in Bangladesh…killing more than 11-hundred people. In the west, clothing companies are beginning to respond, but there are other changes ahead in Bangladesh. HPR’s Bill Dorman has an update in today’s Asia Minute.