Higher Education

8/01/2021 – 8/31/2024

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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

Report Shows Wage Standards Can Combat Inequality In New York City

New York, NY– Setting wage standards for building service workers is an important tool to fight inequality in New York City, according to a report released today by the Fiscal Policy Institute (FPI). The report, entitled “Raising the Floor,” focuses on the importance of prevailing wage standards for building service workers-including 32BJ SEIU members– as […]

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Howard University Maintenance Workers Ratify New Three-Year Contract With School Leaders

Washington, D.C.-Over 200 Howard University workers who keep campus buildings clean and running smoothly today ratified a new three-year agreement that protects wages and benefits through a first-ever contracting out process. Under the contract, effective retroactively November 4, 2014, workers will see an hourly wages increase by about 3% each year by the contract’s expiration

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Local 891 School Custodians Reach an Agreement with 32BJ Public School Cleaners and Handypersons

The de Blasio administration and 32BJ SEIU announced that a contract agreement has been reached between Local 891 School Custodians and their employees, 32BJ cleaners and handypersons. The 32BJ cleaners and handypersons work primarily in the City’s public schools but they are not employees of the City; rather, the Local 891 School Custodians serve as

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Labor, Community And Electeds Rally In Support Of Obama’s Administrative Action

Newark, NJ—  As President Obama makes a historic announcement that will change the lives of millions of immigrant families throughout our nation, 32BJ members, community leaders and Elected Officials will be rallying next to the Federal Building of Newark in support of this historic action.  As our country continues to live with a broken immigration

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Days Before Thanksgiving, Newark Airport Workers Rally To Demand Respect

Newark, NJ— Exactly a week before Thanksgiving and following United’s announcement on Monday that they are going to be spending $120 million to bring fine dining to EWR, airport workers are saying “What about us?” Tomorrow at 10AM workers will be delegating UNITED to tell Prime Flight, a major contractor at EWR, to respect workers

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Fort Lauderdale Airport Workers Protest Jet Blue Contractor

Fort Lauderdale, FL-As the holiday travel rush fast approaches, airport workers will gather at FLL on Thursday to protest ReadyJet, a low-wage contractor employed by Jet Blue. Airport workers will gather on Thursday, November 20 at 12:30pm at Terminal 3 baggage claim and march to Jet Blue’s office, demanding that the airline “evict” ReadyJet from FLL. While

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Avoiding Worker Turbulence at PHL: City Council Considers Bill to Keep the Peace

PHILADELPHIA – As the busiest travel day of the year approaches, City Council is considering legislation to improve conditions at the airport for passengers and airport workers alike. On Wednesday at 10:00am, City Council Committee on Commerce & Economic Development will hold a special hearing on labor peace legislation for airport workers which would help

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