The Catholic Labor Network is a place for Catholics — lay, religious and clergy — who find inspiration in Catholic Social Teaching on labor and work.

On this site we come together to exchange information about the Church and social justice and to support working people in their struggles. We promote the cause of workers and Catholic social teaching in our labor unions, parishes and other organizations.

Webinar: Hilton Hotels is Playing Dirty with its Housekeepers

Did you know that Hilton is using COVID-19 as an opportunity to end daily housekeeping and eliminate housekeepers’ jobs?

It’s a dirty trick. The hotel chain is telling CUSTOMERS that routine daily room cleaning has been eliminated due to the pandemic, while telling INVESTORS that this is the new normal that will enable the hotels to boost profits by permanently eliminating jobs.

YOU can help. To find out how, join us Sept. 29 for a short 1-hour webinar.


  • Carrie Sallgren from UNITE HERE
  • Susan Gallicho, Housekeeper at the Hilton Hawaiian Village (and St Joseph’s RC Parishioner)
  • Clayton Sinyai, Executive Director of the Catholic Labor Network


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