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32BJ SEIU BUILDING WORKERS WIN HISTORIC FIRST POST-PANDEMIC CONTRACT

Deal must be ratified by 32BJ membership, and includes historic pay raises, bonuses, no healthcare premium sharing, maintains sick leave and vacation benefits, continues funding for health, training and retirement Tentative agreement includes the highest pay raises in the history of 32BJ SEIU NEW YORK – 32BJ SEIU building workers and the Realty Advisory Board …

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32BJ SEIU BUILDING SERVICE ESSENTIAL WORKERS RALLY ON PARK AVENUE, AUTHORIZE BARGAINING COMMITEE TO CALL FOR A STRIKE

New York, NY – Today, April 13th, an estimated 10,000 building services essential workers, including 32BJ SEIU members from New York to Washington, D.C. to Miami, rallied on Park Avenue with supporters to demand that the Real Estate Advisory Board (RAB) agree to a new contract for 32,000 porters, doorpersons, superintendents, concierges and handypersons across …

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32BJ SEIU FILES FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION COMPLAINT AGAINST PLANNED COMPANIES

FTC COMPLAINT HERE: https://bit.ly/3NOL0lA   NEWARK, N.J. — 32BJ SEIU, the largest property services union in the country, with 13,000 members in New Jersey, and 175,000 members nationwide, filed a formal complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) against Planned Companies. The complaint alleges that Planned Companies’ Restrictive Covenant effectively hampers fair competition practices, impedes workers’ …

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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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32BJ SEIU and the Apartment and Office Building Association (AOBA) Urge Prioritization of At-Risk Frontline Property Services Workers for Vaccines to Expedite Region’s Reopening

“We applaud D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser for leading the region by making at-risk frontline property service workers eligible for COVID vaccines a top priority, as this is an important first step to vaccinating all. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam should also be commended for allowing employers to register eligible employees for vaccines. We urge Maryland state …

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