Why this hotel won't be getting a 5 star review from their workers



Many workers at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix immigrated to America for the chance of a better life. However, the workers’ standards of living stand in stark contrast to those of the principals at PCCP, the California-based real estate investment firm that owns the hotel. The predominately Latina housekeepers endure grueling cleaning quotas of 30 rooms a day.

Workers that have dedicated 20 to 30 years of their life to Hyatt make less than $25,000 a year and have little prospect of a secure retirement. As a result, many workers rely on state welfare programs.

Tell PCCP to stop the abuse of its hotel's immigrant workforce at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix!

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  • Renee Saenz
    commented 2013-09-05 07:24:59 -0700
    You don’t necessarily need a large health insurance plan, but the supplementary plan only cost $1 a month for twice your wages. You do not need the health insurance to apply for that. I make less then most that work here, I have a child and I can afford these benefits.
  • Bob Pedretti
    commented 2013-09-04 08:50:07 -0700
    To “opt” in for those “benefits” one has to have a living wage to start with.