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~ Leroy Abramson, 32BJ Member, New York

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NYC Met Opera Members Reach Tentative Agreement
NYC Met Opera 32BJ Members have reached a tentative agreement! Thank you to all the 32BJ brothers and sisters who were ready to support them in the event of a lock-out. Other Met Opera unions continue to bargain after the Met agreed to a 72 hour extension in talks. Please be ready to support them in their fight if they need us! Stay tuned... Read More »
NYC Met Opera Members Reach Tentative Agreement
NYC Met Opera 32BJ Members have reached a tentative agreement! Thank you to all the 32BJ brothers and sisters who were ready to support them in the event of a lock-out. Other Met Opera unions continue to bargain after the Met agreed to a 72 hour extension in talks. Please be ready to support them in their fight if they need us! Stay tuned... Read More »
Met Opera Building Workers Rally
A day after Metropolitan Opera General Manager Peter Gelb warned of a potential lockout over the troubled cultural institution’s contract negotiations with its employees, the union representing security guards, office clerks, ushers and other less-heralded workers are holding an afternoon rally to protest what it calls “Met Opera’s Poverty Proposal.” Read More »
Met Opera Building Workers Angry About Proposed Contract
Security guards, office clerks, maintenance staff and other employees in the 32BJ SEIU union at the Metropolitan Opera are up in arms over a pay freeze and benefit cut in their proposed contract, Commercial Observer has learned. Read More »
All the Tour’s a Stage
Maria Mansfield's tours of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts are also tours of the life of Maria Mansfield. Expect some history and facts, sure. But the tours are really a one-woman show of Ms. Mansfield’s 45 years as a guide here, meeting and often befriending virtually every public figure associated with the place. Read More »
Broadway League and Union Representing Theatre Facility Staff Reach Tentative Deal
The Broadway League and the union representing porters, cleaners, elevator operators and matrons working in Broadway theatres have reached a tentative agreement on a new, three-year contract. Read More »
Broadway Faces Potential Holiday Headache as Labor Union Votes to Authorize Strike
The union representing hundreds of Broadway theater cleaners, porters, elevator operators and bathroom attendants voted Wednesday to authorize its leaders to call a strike if a new contract isn’t approved by the end of the month, potentially throwing a wrench into a busy holiday season. Read More »