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

Commercial

Commercial workers rally in Delaware
Welcome to 32BJ SEIU Commercial

This is our largest division with 60,000 members working as office building cleaners throughout 32BJ’s geographic reach. By standing united unionwide, in 2011 we won new contracts that protect pay and benefits for four years for all of 32BJ’s commercial members.

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Janitors’ Union Reaches Agreement With Building Owners
About 2,100 janitors in Greater Hartford and New Haven have reached a tentative contract agreement with the Hartford Cleaning Contractors Association, pending ratification. Read More »
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Fairfield County Janitors Avert Strike
Just two weeks before a potential strike, the bargaining committee representing more than 3,500 commercial janitors reached a tentative agreement late Tuesday with the... Read More »

Our Opinion

Winning in the 1st State
The new year is off to a good start for commercial office cleaners in Delaware. We now have a strong, new four-year agreement thanks to months of hard work in the buildings and at the bargaining table. Read More »
BOLR’s Proposals Will Set Us Back
We are fighting for $15 because we have goals and dreams for our families. We want our children to have an opportunity to go to college and achieve the American Dream. Read More »
A Banner Year for Pittsburgh!
Pittsburgh commercial cleaners ratified a new four-year contract that increases wages and protects and expands benefits. Read More »
Victory Is Ours in Pittsburgh!
We fought back and we won! Commercial office cleaners in Pittsburgh and the suburbs have a strong tentative agreement! Read More »