The 32BJ SEIU Bargaining Committee secured a four-year agreement with the Managers, Owners and Contractors Association (MOCA). The deal includes a fair wage increase and maintains benefits at their current level. View the contract settlement details here.
For Justice for Janitors Week in Pittsburgh, members of the historic 1985 lockout were on hand with fast food workers and security officers talking about today’s struggle. Thank you Pittsburgh City Council for the acknowledgment of this week. #JanitorsDayJubileeView Photo Gallery »
An important time in Pittsburgh’s history and for the labor union was commemorated today. It was 30 years ago: janitors in the city took a stand for themselves and pushed back against building owners and contractors who tried to cut their wages and benefits. That fight resembles that of nearly 1,000 security officers in the city who are bargaining for their first ever contract and fast food workers who are fighting for $15 and the right to organize. The three groups came together in a powerful show of solidarity this afternoon at the City County building as they all remembered the historic fight that started in the Steel City.View Press Release »