Raising the standard for good working conditions is like a chain reaction. More people will see their work life can be better.

~ Clara Vargas, 32BJ Member, Florida

No Court Case Will Stand in Our Way

32BJ SEIU members remain dedicated to uniting more working people in unions and holding politicians accountable for creating more good, union jobs.

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Upper East Side Doorman, On Job for Last Half Century, Shows No Signs of Stopping
Manoel Teixeira has been greeting residents of 120 E. 90th. St. for as long as there has been a door here. Read More »
National Labor Relations Board Formally Charges Newark Security Contractor
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a formal complaint against security contractor Roman Security, which provides security services for the Newark Housing... Read More »

Recent Blog Posts

July 16, 2018
Working People Will Not Be Defeated
Working people have come together in the past to stand united. That’s what we plan to do now. We will not let a court... Read More »
October 18, 2017
Fight Republican Budget Cuts
As Congressional leaders prepare to vote on a budget, it’s clear that many Republicans on the Hill don’t have the best interests of working... Read More »
August 2, 2017
You Deserve Quality Health Care
Nothing is more important than being well and healthy. That’s why your union fights so hard to protect your health care. Read More »


Jonathan Mancia: “My daughter’s future is what keeps me focused.”
"I attended union meetings and tried to educate my co-workers who didn’t quite ‘get it’. There are some people who think that because they pay dues, they don’t have to do anything. It’s important...
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Marla Blunt: A Pittsburgh That Works for Working People
My name is Marla Blunt. I’m a food service employee at Duquesne University. I had the opportunity to serve as a member on Pittsburgh’s wage review board examining income disparities of those making less...
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