UNITE HERE Local 100

We are the Union for workers in cafeterias, executive dining rooms, restaurants, bars, delis, airports, sports and exhibition halls and performing arts centers throughout New York City, Westchester, Long Island and New Jersey.

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UNITEHERE Local 100 airport members at the Port Authority Board Meeting advocating for a wage increase for all airport workers including airline catering workers.
UNITEHERE Local 100 airport members at the Port Authority Board Meeting advocating for a wage increase for all airport workers including airline catering workers.
UNITEHERE Local 100 airport member Rafael Ortega at the Port Authority Board Meeting advocating for a wage increase for all airport workers including airline catering workers.
UNITEHERE Local 100 airport members at the Port Authority Board Meeting advocating for a wage increase for all airport workers including airline catering workers.
UNITEHERE Local 100 airport members Rafael Ortega, Adrian Ortiz, Indiana Gomez, and Beverly Thompson waiting to speak for wage increase for all airport workers including airline catering workers at the Port Authority Board meeting.
UNITEHERE Local 100 member Beverly Thompson waiting before she makes her statement for wage increase for all airport workers, including airline catering workers at the Port Authority Board meeting.
WASHINGTON D.C., January 6, 2018- UNITEHERE Local 100 member Hugo Rodriguez in Washington D.C. sharing his personal experience as a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiary. Currently, TPS will expire for Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, El Salvador, Syria, Nepal, Honduras, Yemen, Somalia, and South Sudan beginning November 2, 2018 to May 2, 2019. This leaves TPS holders with little time to relocate and assimilate to life back in a country they have not lived in for over a decade. The termination of TPS would separate hundreds of thousands of families and would cause economic downfall to American industries. TPS holders are contributing members to American society; the deportation of TPS holders shows a lack of basic human rights. Local 100 stands with TPS beneficiaries and we demand a permanent solution to TPS. #TheTimeIsNow #TPS #PermanetSolution
WASHINGTON D.C., January 6, 2018- UNITEHERE Local 100 member Hugo Rodriguez in Washington D.C. sharing his personal experience as a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiary. Currently, TPS will expire for Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, El Salvador, Syria, Nepal, Honduras, Yemen, Somalia, and South Sudan beginning November 2, 2018 to May 2, 2019. This leaves TPS holders with little time to relocate and assimilate to life back in a country they have not lived in for over a decade. The termination of TPS would separate hundreds of thousands of families and would cause economic downfall to American industries. TPS holders are contributing members to American society; the deportation of TPS holders shows a lack of basic human rights. Local 100 stands with TPS beneficiaries and we demand a permanent solution to TPS. #TheTimeIsNow #TPS #PermanetSolution
WASHINGTON D.C., January 6, 2018- UNITEHERE Local 100 member Hugo Rodriguez in Washington D.C. sharing his personal experience as a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiary. Currently, TPS will expire for Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, El Salvador, Syria, Nepal, Honduras, Yemen, Somalia, and South Sudan beginning November 2, 2018 to May 2, 2019. This leaves TPS holders with little time to relocate and assimilate to life back in a country they have not lived in for over a decade. The termination of TPS would separate hundreds of thousands of families and would cause economic downfall to American industries. TPS holders are contributing members to American society; the deportation of TPS holders shows a lack of basic human rights. Local 100 stands with TPS beneficiaries and we demand a permanent solution to TPS. #TheTimeIsNow #TPS #PermanetSolution

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