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Are Hotel Housekeepers Safe
Are Hotel Housekeepers Safe

AIR DATE: July 15, 2011

It started out as a clear-cut crime but now it's become more of a "he-said, she-said" kind of story. No matter who you believe about the encounter between former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the maid in the Sofitel Hotel, there are questions about security in Strip hotels. So what do companies do and what should housekeepers do to ensure their personal security? And how big is the problem?
Geoconda Arguello Kline, Pres of Culinary Union Local 226 and former housekeeper at Fitzgerald's
Ken Braunstein, security consultant, Hotel and Casino Security

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