Strike Ends at Waikiki Resort

ABC News is reporting that the five-day union worker strike at Hawaii's largest hotel ended on Tuesday.

About 1,500 union workers from Unite Here Local 5 returned to work at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort and Spa in Waikiki after they walked off the job on Thursday to protest job security, benefits and wages.

However, the strike leaves a major conference that was planend for the hotel at risk. The Wisconsin-based International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, which counts the International Brotherhood of Teamsters among its largest clients, has threatened to cancel its November 14-17 conference in Honolulu if labor issues aren't resolved.

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