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Higher Education

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32BJ of SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION June 15, 2023 Linking Fight with Low-Road Contractor, Planned Companies to Justice for Janitors Commemoration, Nearly 100 Essential Philly Janitors Launch Campaign for Contract Covering 3,200 Office Cleaners Philly office cleaners spoke out about the sacrifices they made during COVID-19, honor co-workers who passed away during the pandemic, commemorate […]

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STRIKE AVERTED: 32BJ SEIU PHILLY SCHOOL WORKERS REACH CONTRACT AGREEMENT

PHILADELPHIA – 32BJ SEIU Philadelphia School Workers announced today that they have reached a tentative agreement that achieves historic wage increases for the union’s membership in what will be the first post-pandemic contract between the two sides. The tentative agreement was reached before the expiration of the current contract on August 31, averting a strike

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Union of Janitors, Security officers and Airport Service Workers Endorse Bruce Spiva for Attorney General

Washington, D.C. –32BJ SEIU today announced their endorsement of Bruce Spiva for Attorney General on behalf of the nation’s largest property services workers union, which includes over 21,000 contracted airport service workers, janitors and security officers in the D.C. area.     “Bruce Spiva will prioritize helping working-class families better afford the high cost of living in

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32BJ SEIU Philadelphia School District Leader Ernie Bennett on PSD School Reopening

The following statement may be attributed to Ernie Bennett, Philadelphia School District Leader at 32BJ SEIU: “The Philadelphia School District members of 32BJ SEIU have been on the front lines of keeping our schools safe for the last eleven months. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our essential workers have never had the luxury of staying home.

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Blue Collar School District Employees Reach Tentative Agreement with the School District of Philadelphia

Philadelphia – Members of 32BJ SEIU reached a tentative four-year agreement with the School District of Philadelphia Thursday night months before the current contract’s expiration. The deal – subject to ratification – includes an end to member concessions, fair wage increases, and provides for full-time bus routes. The more than 2,000 blue collar employees are

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School Workers Descend on Harrisburg to Demand Frack Tax

WHO:   School cleaners, mechanics, bus aides, bus attendants and other blue collar school workers WHAT:  Shale Pay Up Protest. School employees from Philadelphia and Western PA will rally at Buchanan Lobby Firm—which represents key shale industry groups—and then march to Speaker Mike Turzai’s office. WHY:  Blue collar school workers see firsthand the damage massive

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Senator Toomey Reveals True Colors with Vote Against Bipartisan Immigration Reform

PENNSYLVANIA—Today, Senator Pat Toomey was in the minority of Senators opposing the passage of the landmark Senate immigration reform bill (Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013). The bill cleared the Senate with a bipartisan majority of 68-32, including every Democrat including Senator Bob Casey and 18 Republicans. “Senator Toomey will go

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NEW REPORT Soaring Poverty at PHL: How Low-Wage Jobs Keep Philadelphia #1 for Poverty

 ***Click here to download a copy of the report*** ***Click here for photos of the report release*** Philadelphia-An alarming new report by the National Employment Law Project (NELP) “Soaring Poverty at the Philadelphia International Airport” finds that poverty is rampant for subcontracted workers at the Philadelphia International Airport. “Philadelphia is the nation’s largest big city

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