Posted: Nov 15, 2017 08:04AM CST


Chicago hotel workers will have access to panic buttons under new ordinance

Chicago hotel employees are taking a stand against sexual harassment and indecent exposures by guests. A new law has passed to better protect staff including giving them access to panic buttons.

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