Well, here's something that made me cry out in frustration this morning. (Unless I'm entirely misinterpreting this – highly possible.)
I worked in hospitality for a good portion of my career during and then out of college. I was laid off during the pandemic as was over half of my company, but I still stuck with the industry until recently. When I was laid off, I was still pre-antiwork mindset and was hustling to stay knowledgeable and “in the know”. Doing everything I could to be prepared to jump back in the workforce. One of those things was joining the AHLA email list.
I've mostly ignored them until recently (and actually thought I unsubscribed from all mailing lists), but this morning, I get this cute little piece of propaganda asking AHLA constituents to speak out against this “radical bill” being re-introduced to Congress once more.
This “radical bill“? Sure does look like it's protecting employees and their rights to organize. Is this a joke? Am I misunderstanding?
I may ChatGPT a draft to my legislators on why this SHOULD be implemented in the hotel industry. I guarantee you it won't devastate those companies who are non-stop acquiring brands to expand their global footprints.
Thoughts? Am I completely misreading this?