Entries by UNITE HERE Local 11

JOB OPENING: Legal Assistant with UNITE HERE Local 11

UNITE HERE Local 11 is a progressive, movement-based labor union working to improve labor standards in the hospitality sector.  Based in Los Angeles, we represent over 35,000 workers employed in hotels, restaurants, airports, sports arenas, and convention centers throughout Southern California and Arizona.  Reflecting the needs of our membership, we are at the forefront of efforts to defend the rights of immigrants, people of […]


UNITE HERE Local 11 represents approximately 32,000 workers in the hospitality and multi-service industries throughout Los Angeles, Orange County, and Phoenix AZ. We are housekeepers, bell men, food servers, cooks, dishwashers, bartenders and many other employees in the tourism and food service industries. Local 11 has a proud history of community involvement and a strong […]

Attention Roll Call Members! // ¡Atención Miembros de Roll Call!

Español abajo – haga clíc aquí HTA is partnering with UNITE HERE Local 11 to offer support with the new, required State Responsible Beverage Service (RBS) Training and Certification for safe alcohol services. Any incumbent alcohol server who does not take the online course and pass the RBS exam will be prohibited by the State […]

Labor for Bass: LA’s Largest Latino Labor Unions UNITE HERE Local 11 and SEIU-USWW Announce Endorsement of Karen Bass for Mayor

Labor for Bass: LA’s Largest Latino Labor Unions UNITE HERE Local 11 and SEIU-USWW Announce Endorsement of Karen Bass for Mayor Los Angeles: Today, dozens of hospitality and service workers from UNITE HERE Local 11 and SEIU-USWW, two of Los Angeles’s largest private sector unions representing tens of thousands of latino workers, announced they are […]


Virginia Eredia, who was laid off by the Terranea after working nearly six years as a turndown attendant.  Eredia said: “After losing my job, I lost my house, my car, and had to go into a lot of debt. This money will help ease some of that and will help me buy a car to […]

CA State Labor Commissioner Lilia Garcia-Brower

Today CA Labor CommissionerLilia Garcia-Brower began distributing more than $1.5 million to 57 workers laid off at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes during the COVID-19 pandemic who were not offered job positions promptly as required by the Right to Recall Law.

Notification re Implementation of new Disneyland Resort Attendance Policy

Dear Disney UNITE HERE Local 11 members, In May 2022, Disney proposed a new Attendance policy and then met with a Union committee. In response to Union proposals, the company agreed to a number of improvements: Extra time: Disney will not implement the new system until October 2nd. Training and Communication: Disney will begin rolling […]