Paris hotel struggles and syndicalists?

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Nov 24 2018 19:48
Paris hotel struggles and syndicalists?

Notes From Below have had a few articles recently about strikes by Paris hotel workers ( https://notesfrombelow.org/article/paris-hotel-workers-strike-against-ou... https://notesfrombelow.org/article/striking-palaces ), which just talk about them organising through the CGT. I'm not an expert, but I vaguely remember last year there was a joint visit to London by striking French hotel workers who were organising through both the CGT and (one of) the French CNT(s), see http://www.leftvoice.org/French-Hotel-Workers-Protest-Subcontracting or, if you don't mind Morning Star links too much, they did a slightly more indepth report: https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/clichy-hotel-workers-pressure-ho...
Anyway, does anyone have any more info about what, if anything, the CNT-SO, or any other more self-organised/autonomous/syndicalist-type groups are up to in this sector? Also, any views on the system of staff and union delegates mentioned in the "striking the palaces" article - I'm guessing anarcho-syndicalists would oppose both?