Cuba Is Importing Workers to Help It Build Hotels Faster

As demands of tourism development increase, expect to see broader changes to the labor market in Cuba.

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Why Inflation and Rising Wages Could Be Good News for Hotels

The ability to change hotel room rates will give hoteliers an edge in making sure they stay profitable, even if labor costs rise, and even if we might be headed for another economic downturn as some financial analysts suspect.

United and its Flight Attendants Finally Close in on New Contract

If flight attendants ratify the contract, United's customers should win, and it will be a big win for Munoz, too. Today, flight attendants work under two labor agreements, making the airline a model of inefficiency at times.

Air France Pilots Decide Not to Strike Again After Management Offers Deal

We love organized labor, but we really hope the AF pilots got low-balled this time around. They've become the poster pilots for labor strife.

Workers at Miami International Airport Call Out Unsafe Working Conditions

Airports across the U.S. are creating massive security risks by screwing over employees with low wages, poor benefits, and other key elements of the contract worker economy.

Air France’s Pilots Join Broader Strikes, Angering Just About Everyone

France is getting an early start on its debilitating transportation strikes. It's like summer's come early!

Transit Strikes Challenge Travel in France During Euro 2016

France's transit workers have worked hard this year at getting everyone to hate them. This slap in the face of locals and visitors is the cherry on top.

France’s Tourism Challenges: Floods, Strikes and Security

Tourism to France may hit a few bumps, but it's never not bounced back. And with the Euro lower agains the dollar and the pound, its prospects are even better this season, despite the many setbacks.

Euro 2016 Football Faces Biggest Threat From Air France Pilot Strike

Air France's pilots are always innovating ways to make themselves lose support from the masses. This is one of the better ways to get everyone on the other side of the argument. Expect Air France to have Iberia-like contracts by round two.