The Park Hyatt Chicago is under a bit of heat (no pun attended) after workers picketed on Thursday morning at 5AM. It was already an incredibly hot day, around 90 degrees, and at 7AM management decided to turn on the heat lamps in front of the hotel usually used to warm the hotel in winter.
It’s not really a surprise who did it:
The manager responsible for the decision was scheduled to retire, and Friday was to be his last day, said Farley Kern, vice president of corporate communications, in a e-mail. “If that hadn’t been the case, we would have taken corrective action matching the seriousness of the conduct,” Kern wrote.
I suppose that’s one way to get rid of picketers…