Workers at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento, Cal., are scheduled to vote on a tentative contract that would boos wages and health care benefits for workers at the 503-room high-end hotel, according to

As mentioned in the article, "emerging after five months of talks and political maneuvering, the pact could set the standard for labor talks with the city's four other union hotels."

If the new agreement passes, the hotel would double its contribution for employee health insurance. Pay raises would also result and would be retroactive to March. Housekeepers would see a 17 percent increase over the next three years if the contract passes. Their workload would also drop by one room to 15 per day, according to the article.

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