The union is only as strong as we are. If we don’t get up and fight things stay the same with the 99% and the 1%.

~ Kim Squirrel, 32BJ Member, Western Pennsylvania


Bronx residential members vote unanimously to ratify a new four-year contract at a meeting on March 19th.

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Airport Baggage Handlers, Security Guards, Wheelchair Attendants Raise Concerns Over Working Conditions
Jean Mompoint gets tired sometimes. The 56-year-old works 80 hours a week -- half the time as an office cleaner, half the time as... Read More »
Pittsburgh Security Guards Flocking to Service Employees International Union
It has taken less than a year to organize 400 security guards in Pittsburgh, and another 400 are expected to be members of Service... Read More »

Recent Blog Posts

February 28, 2015
Making the Steel City Stronger
As Black History Month comes to close, let's make history. Let’s get these security guards family-sustaining wages. Read More »
February 20, 2015
Our Evolution Forward
Office cleaners are leading the fight for an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few. Read More »
February 6, 2015
State of the Security Division
2015 is already off to a great start. We are going to do great things this year as we get ready to negotiate a... Read More »

Aliyya Lee: Why I Fight!
Aliyya Lee is digging in her heels and ready for battle. She and the 400 other property service workers at the University of Pittsburgh are determined to win a new contract and a better...
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Christopher Savoy: Fed Up But Not Giving Up
Security officers in Baltimore make as little as $9 per hour without meaningful benefits. That’s why we’ve been trying to bargain our first-ever union contract, but it’s been a long, hard struggle since September,...
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