Omni Hotels say they want to end hunger.
They’ve received $76 million in coronavirus relief aid from the government and yet, union hotel workers at the Omni Providence and the Omni William Penn Pittsburgh, have said they’ve been struggling to afford food to feed their families.
Across the U.S. and Canada Omni has laid off workers and cut their health insurance, while the company demands that workers give up many rights such as a fair system for returning to work. Many long-time loyal workers who’ve served Omni and its multi-billionaire owner, don’t know when or if they’ll ever see a paycheck again. Workers have reported going to the food bank, food pantries, and getting on food stamps to be able to put food on the table for their families. With each day that passes, Omni chooses to #SayGoodMorningtoHunger by leaving their employees in vulnerable and food insecure homes.