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  • 重启经济:酒店业员工需要知道的事情

    酒店业——特别是酒店, 餐厅 和 food services – was one of the first sectors to feel the affects of the COVID-19 crisis, 它是受打击最严重的国家之一. In the accommodation segment, many hotels have opted to temporarily close or reduce room capacity. 与去年同期相比, hotels in Canada experienced disastrous declines in mid-May in all three key performance metrics:[1]

    • 入住率:-72.5% to 18.4%
    • 平均每日房价(ADR): -38.8% to $101.70
    • 每间可用客房收入(RevPAR): -83.2% to $18.75

    Restaurants 和 food service operators are also experiencing devastating decreases in sales. 根据今年3月的一项调查, “average same-store sales plummeted by 72% compared to the same two weeks in March 2019.”[2] With most 餐厅 either closed or converted to take out only operations, 自那以后,大多数运营商的情况只会更糟.

    Provinces are at different stages of their p和emic response 和 reopening plans, 但即使正式的政府限制已经解除, the sector will only fully recover when customers feel safe as they patronize hotels, 餐厅, 和其他酒店业务.

    当酒店员工返回工作岗位时,会有怎样的期待

    The hospitality sector could take several years to fully recover from the COVID-19 crisis. The industry overall experienced close to a decade of profit making before the p和emic struck, 消费者信心的恢复还需要时间. 除了, 商务旅行和大型会议需要一段时间才能恢复, as employers 和 convention customers reassess their budgets 和 financial priorities.

    Workers in the hospitality sector face a number of serious challenges. 在大流行的全面隔离阶段, the collapse of the industry 和 ensuing loss of employment is the most obvious negative outcome. The union has been working hard with employers to negotiate the extension of benefits coverage for laid off hospitality workers, 和 there is more work to do in ensuring our members 和 non-union workers have the right to return to their jobs with their previous working conditions intact. 除了, we specifically recognize the urgent need for essential drug coverage for hospitality sector workers 和 others who have lost workplace coverage due to extended lay-offs, 和 we have been fighting to make sure government support programs address this critical need. This includes the introduction of a universal pharma-care program.

    对于那些在危机中继续工作的人, there are critical health 和 safety challenges caused by the need for close contact with co-workers 和 the public. 重启该行业需要时间, 和 will require significant changes to operations in order to provide needed protections for workers 和 customers alike. 对雇主来说,这将比以往任何时候都更重要, 工会, 普通成员, 和关节健康 & 安全委员会共同努力,健全发展, 我们工作场所的基于风险的健康和安全项目.

    好客的员工应该对雇主有什么样的期望

    The hospitality sector recovery won’t hit full swing until the rest of the economy is in full swing, 政府限制放宽, 和 consumers feel enough financial stability to resume their pre-crisis hospitality spending. 除了, 顾客必须对酒店有信心, 餐厅, 食品服务运营安全且风险低, 和 that includes adequate health 和 safety plans for hospitality sector workers. 我们希望酒店雇主:

    • Participate in the federal government’s Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) program, 让工人重新回到工资单上, 和 help campaign for a CEWS program extension to better encourage employers in sectors like hospitality to take part,
    • Fully participate with their employees 和 unions, 和 their Joint Health & 安全委员会, to develop 和 implement Return to Work protocols 和 revised workplace health 和 safety plans,
    • Provide extended benefits coverage (including health 和 pension benefits) for employees experiencing extended lay-offs, 在危机期间, 和
    • 提供足够的培训, 页, 和 health 和 safety protocols to keep employees safe 和 protected, 和 maintain adequate staffing levels to ensure workers have the time to work safely.

    工作人员需要政府的热情款待

    酒店行业是加拿大经济的重要组成部分, 从东海岸到西海岸雇佣了数百万加拿大人. The sector’s workforce includes a higher proportion of marginalized workers than the overall labour force (including women, 人的颜色, 新加拿大人, 年轻人, 和其他人), 和 so government supports for the hospitality sector provide help for those who need it most. 我们希望加拿大政府:

    • Recognize the urgent need for essential drug coverage for hospitality sector workers 和 others who have lost workplace coverage due to extended lay-offs, 和 revise 和 enhance government support problems to address this critical need – including the introduction of universal pharma-care,
    • Develop 和 implement a universal childcare program to provide high-quality, 负担得起的, 公共育儿, allowing more members of the workforce to return to work 和 provide for their families,
    • Provide additional 和 extended supports (like the CERB 和 CEWS programs) for workers in the hospitality sector 和 others that face extended closures 和 loss of employment as their sectors face a longer ramp-up time for recovery,
    • Amend federal 和 provincial labour laws to provide job security for workers facing extended lay-offs, allowing them to return to their previous jobs when the crisis is over

    额外的资源

    国际赌城下注官网 has launched a hub for member information about the p和emic at wordsfromthecrucible.com/COVID19 和 encourages members to check the site regularly for updates.

    Subscribe to Unilink, 工会’s weekly national newsletter at wordsfromthecrucible.com/subscribe 和 download the 国际赌城下注官网 mobile app on your smartphone.