New Contract for Pittsburgh Security!

After more than a month of intense bargaining, Pittsburgh security members have overwhelmingly ratified  a new security contract.

After more than a month of intense bargaining, Pittsburgh security members have overwhelmingly ratified  a new security contract.

We took our message and our demand for $15 an hour to the streets. We had strong political support from Governor Tom Wolf, Mayor Bill Peduto, and other elected leaders.

Before the union, security officers on average earned $8.50 an hour with no meaningful benefits. By the end of this contract, all security officers will earn at least $14.20 an hour and most will be over $15 an hour with health care coverage.

When we fight, we win!