I think every shop steward should be training someone else and that person can be training someone else too.

~ Maurice Thomas, 32BJ Member, DC/VA/MD

Residential

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Welcome to 32BJ SEIU Residential

More than 30,000 of 32BJ members are doormen, building maintenance workers, and superintendents working to make apartment buildings clean, safe, and welcoming to the people who call them home. While we’re concentrated in New York City, we also work in New York’s Hudson Valley, northern New Jersey, and Washington, D.C.

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We are powerful because people like you have stepped up to join the fight. We need your help leading contract campaigns, organizing non-union workers, and taking political action. If you’re interested in joining the fight and getting important union updates, fill out the contact information below:

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Bed-Stuy Maintenance Workers Say “Hip” Luxury Developer Is Trying To Force Them Out
Yesterday evening, despite unseasonable cold and spitting rain, a group of angry maintenance workers from a Bed-Stuy housing project gathered outside the headquarters of... Read More »
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Exhibit Charts Luxury Building Workers’ Struggle to Join Union
Working for subpar wages and limited benefits in luxury buildings whose units often sell for over $1 million, a group of service workers... Read More »

Our Opinion

Ratified!
Bronx residential members vote unanimously to ratify a new four-year contract at a meeting on March 19th. Read More »
We’re Bronx Strong
3000 of our members who work in residential buildings in the Bronx are now in a campaign to win a good contract. They're fighting for a new contract that will protect their benefits and give them the raise they deserve. Just like all our members across our union Bronx residential workers are working hard... Read More »
Tentative Deal Reached!
All Hudson Valley residential workers should come to the Ratification Vote on Wednesday, October 8 at 5:30 pm at Pace University. Read More »
Good Jobs in Astoria Cove
We've launched a campaign with our brothers and sisters in the construction trades about a massive luxury tower that an irresponsible developer wants to building in Astoria, Queens. Read More »