Security Officers Union Reach Tentative Contract Agreement With $15 WageSecurity workers in the Twin Cities have finally reached a tentative agreement on a contract renewal late Wednesday night, and it includes one of their key demands.
Local SEIU Votes To Strike If Contract Isn’t Reached By Feb. 14Thousands of janitors and other service workers in the Twin Cities could soon walk off the job as contract negotiations continue with employers.
Twin Cities Janitors Protest, Call For Better WagesJanitors who clean a number of big businesses across the Twin Cities went on strike early Tuesday morning. Workers from the Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha (CTUL) union walked off the job at 6 a.m.
Macy's, Herberger's Janitors Sue Employer, Threaten To StrikeJanitors who clean Macy's and Herberger's stores in the Twin Cities filed a class action lawsuit against their employer over a number of issues on Wednesday and have threatened to strike if certain conditions don't improve.
Cleaning Workers Walk Out In Black Friday ProtestBlack Friday is the busiest day of the holiday shopping season, with an estimated 97 million Americans expected to search for the best deals. However, not everyone was celebrating the nation's hunt for great deals. A number of cleaning workers for retail outlets walked off the job on Friday to protest unfair labor practices.
Janitors Reach Agreement, Security Guards May Strike SoonThe Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 26 reached a tentative agreement with the Minneapolis-St. Paul Contract Cleaners Association Saturday on a three-year contract.
500+ Union Workers Push For Better WagesHundreds of Twin Cities-area janitors, security guards, airport service workers, and retail cleaning workers gathered at St. Paul Central High School on Saturday for the SEIU Local 26’s Contract Convention to address upcoming contract negotiations.
Union: 240 Undocumented Janitors TerminatedHalf the workers at a janitorial company operating in the Twin Cities are being fired because they failed to provide documents proving they were legally in the U.S., according to their union.