Higher Education

8/01/2021 – 8/31/2024

Higher Education

3/01/2022 – 2/28/2025

Higher Education

3/01/2022 – 2/28/2025

Higher Education

1/01/2021 – 12/31/2024

Higher Education

3/01/2022 – 2/28/2025

Higher Education

1/01/2024 – 12/31/2027

Jersey City Security Officers Rally to Protect Their Right to Organize Free of Harassment

Dozens of security officers employed by Harvard Protective Services and their supporters rallied outside a waterfront luxury building at 90 Hudson Street in Jersey City to protect their right to organize free of coercion. Workers protested Harvard’s unlawful threats to fire them for discussing the union. 32BJ filed an unfair labor practice charge today against […]

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Santa and Helpers Pay Surprise Visit to Luxury Developer Who Landed on This Year’s Naughty List

New York, NY – Santa and his helpers today visited the Park Avenue South headquarters of TF Cornerstone, one of the fastest-growing real estate developers in the city, to warn the company’s owners of its landing on this year’s “Naughty” list for undercutting area standards for New York’s working people. Standing outside Cornerstone’s headquarters at 387 Park Avenue

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JFK Airport Security Officers Call Off Strike, Honoring Port Authority’s Call for Workers and Contractors to Meet

New York, NY—JFK Airport security officers today called off their strike after the Port Authority intervened. “Earlier today, the Port Authority asked us to call off our strike and, more importantly, asked the contractors to meet with us,” Prince Jackson, a security officer for Air Serv, told a rally of workers and community supporters at JFK Airport.

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JFK Airport Strike Looms on Eve of Holiday Travel Week

New York, NY—JFK Airport security officers today voted to go on strike if contractors continue to try to silence them from complaining about  passenger and worker security and safety concerns. The security officers, who are forming a labor organization to fight against suppression of their rights, have set a strike for Thursday, Dec. 20, if the companies fail to

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Broadway Theater Cleaners, Porters and Matrons to Vote on Authorizing Strike

With Broadway in full swing for the busy holiday season, the 250 men and women who work as porters, cleaners, elevator operators and matrons in 32 of the 40 theaters on Broadway will vote whether to authorize their bargaining committee to call a strike if necessary. Prior to the vote, the workers, represented by 32BJ

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Don’t Resolve Nation’s Fiscal Issues on Backs of Working People, Community and Worker Leaders Say at Vigil

Stamford- More than a hundred union members and Latino community advocates joined federal government representatives at a candlelight vigil this evening to call on Congress to make the rich pay their fair share of taxes and avert fiscal crisis in a way that does not cut vital services for working families. Advocates also called for comprehensive reform to the broken immigration

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Report: New Jersey Economy Would Gain From Improved Standards In Private Security Industry

Newark, NJ—The private security industry in New Jersey is profitable and growing, yet the security officers who protect vital infrastructure in the state, including commercial and corporate office buildings; courthouses; federal sites; and airports, are often paid low wages with no meaningful benefits. Newark Mayor Cory Booker today threw his support behind the effort of

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State Officials Join Latino And Labor Leaders To Demand A Just Immigration Policy

Hartford– Alarmed by the recent wrongful arrest of a New Haven immigrant, state officials today joined leaders of Connecticut’s immigrant community and labor movement at a courthouse rally to celebrate his release demand a more just and humane immigration policy in the state. The advocates specifically called on state agencies to follow Governor Dannel Malloy’s

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JFK Airport Security Officers Picket Over Safety Concerns

  New York, NY—Airport security officers began picketing outside JFK terminals today as even more officers came forward with safety complaints about how airline contractors are running security at the John F. Kennedy International Airport. The security officers, who are building a labor organization to fight against suppression of their rights, said the picket—on the

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