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

Workers Demand Port Authority Make 2014 MLK Day a Paid Holiday at New York’s Area Airports

NEW YORK—Hundreds of contracted area airports workers descended on the headquarters of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey yesterday with a list of demands and a deadline by which they want the port to address their complaints about being paid poverty wages without meaningful or affordable health care benefits, paid sick days

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Workers Mount Weeklong Thanksgiving Protest Actions at Area Airports

NEW YORK—Bad service contractors, poor working conditions, poverty wages, and lack of respect in the workplace create a crisis for workers and passengers alike, airport workers from all over the region said during a protest at LaGuardia Airport. Employees of area airports’ largest private contractors continued a week of holiday protests by delegating and presenting

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New Castle County Examines the High Cost of Fast Food Low Wages

Wilmington—In the midst of an unprecedented uprising of low-wage worker strikes at Walmart and at fast food restaurants in Wilmington and nationwide, Delaware again took up the fight for fair wages for fast food workers. Members of the New Castle County Economic Development Sub-Committee today held a special hearing where fast food workers, economists, labor

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Contract Talks Open For More Than 1,000 Private Security Officers In New Jersey

NEWARK, NJ – Negotiations for a new union contract covering more than 1,000 private security officers who protect commercial office buildings in Essex, Hudson and Union Counties, including the cities of Newark and Jersey City, begin today between 32BJ SEIU and the region’s top private security contractors. 32BJ SEIU, the nation’s largest union of security officers, presented

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32BJ SEIU Heralds Millner Re-election as Victory for Immigration Reform

NORRISTOWN–32BJ of the Service Employees International Union today celebrated the re-election of Marlon Millner to Norristown City Council. Councilman Millner will provide the leadership Norristown needs to thrive in the 21st Century, Daisy Cruz, 32BJ SEIU Mid-Atlantic Director said today. “By re-electing Marlon Millner, voters sent a message that they want a city council that

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32BJ SEIU: Butkovitz Re-election Important to Holding the Line Against Governor Corbett’s Attacks on Public Education

PHILADELPHIA–32BJ of the Service Employees International Union today celebrated the re-election of Alan Butkovitz for Controller. 32BJ SEIU, the union representing the Philadelphia School District’s blue collar workers, endorsed Butkovitz in the primary and has done a voter outreach program on his behalf. Gabe Morgan, 32BJ SEIU Pennsylvania Director made the following statement: “It’s more important

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