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

STATEMENT FROM SEIU 32BJ PRESIDENT KYLE BRAGG ON THE OPENING OF RESIDENTIAL CONTRACT BARGAINING

“After persevering through an unprecedented pandemic and playing a pivotal role in keeping New York City moving in spite of it, the contract covering over 32,000 porters, door attendants, superintendents, concierges and handypersons across the five boroughs is set to expire on April 20, 2022. These positions are essential in New York to maintain buildings […]

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Coalition Celebrates Transportation Committee Passage of Driver’s License Bill

House will vote soon on bill to expand driver’s license access to all residents, regardless of immigration status BOSTON —Today the Massachusetts legislature’s Joint Committee on Transportation voted favorably to move the Work and Family Mobility Act out of committee. According to press remarks by the office of House Speaker Ron Mariano, the bill will

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Essential Workers’ Union Severely Disappointed in Governor’s Budget Proposal

All essential workers should receive hazard pay for pandemic sacrifices and contributions HARTFORD, Conn. —The following statement may be credited to Rochelle Palache, 32BJ SEIU Vice President and head of the union in Connecticut. “We were deeply disappointed that Governor Lamont has abandoned the needs of essential workers in his budget proposal today. Despite signals

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Twenty-one Mass. Law Enforcement Leaders Stand Up for Driver’s License Bill

MASSACHUSETTS – At 10 o’clock Tuesday morning, 21 Massachusetts law enforcement leaders gathered on Zoom from across the Commonwealth to brief legislators and the media on their support for the Work and Family Mobility Act, a bill that would allow all qualified Bay State residents to apply for a standard state driver’s license, regardless of

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