Tentative agreement reached in Marriott hotel strike in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- UPDATE: As of Monday evening, Marriott has accepted the worker's terms and have ended the strike. Employees will return to work this week.

A tentative agreement has been reached in the Marriott hotel strike in San Francisco that is impacting 2,500 workers.

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Housekeepers, dishwashers, bellmen, and cooks have been on the picket line nearly two months calling for better wages, affordable health care, and safe workloads.

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"We can confirm we have a tentative agreement. We look forward to welcoming our associates back to work," said a Marriott International spokesperson.

Workers could be back to work by Wednesday.

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed has released the following statement: "I'm happy that Local 2 and Marriott have reached a tentative agreement to end the hotel workers strike here in San Francisco. In this time of rising inequality, it is crucial that our workers are able to earn a fair wage that allows them to live and support their families in the increasingly expensive Bay Area. I am proud to have supported the workers as they fought for better wages, healthcare, and job security. I want to thank both sides of the negotiations for coming together to reach an agreement."

We have more information on the Marriott workers strike here.

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