Contracted Airport Workers are Sick of Waiting

Contracted Airport Workers

Are Sick Of Waiting

Various contracted service workers at Washington Dulles International Airport and Reagan National Airport believe they are understaffed and that their lack of paid sick leave and employer-paid health care could contribute to understaffing.

Most Summer Cancellations: DCA ranked
#3 among U.S. Airports, #8 Worldwide

MWAA Can Improve:

Airport Jobs & Understaffing

Dozens of Virginia lawmakers believe these benefits are critical to helping the airport attract and retain a more highly qualified workforce in a historically tight labor market.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) can make this happen by enacting a policy that ensures contractors provide their workers with paid sick leave and employer-paid health care.

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THE TIME IS NOW, NOT LATER

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has been urging MWAA to enact a policy that ensures contractors provide their workers with paid sick leave and employer-paid health care!

Isn’t it time the airport authority act?

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SEIU 32BJ

Manhattan Office and Union Headquarters
25 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-388-3800

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR MEMBERS ON LAYOFF

If you are on a layoff and still desire to pay dues to the union, you can do so by mailing a check to the union – 25 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011.  Please note that under the Local 32BJ Constitution, it is necessary for members on layoff who wish to remain in good standing to pay the minimum dues amount ($35) each month. A layoff will be considered a leave of absence under Article X, Section 7.

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