MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Hundreds of Twin Cities janitors have reached a deal on a new contract with their employers, avoiding a strike.

Local news outlets are report that Service Employee International Union Local 26 reached the deal on Saturday, two days before a strike was set to start on Monday.

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The four-year agreement includes wage increases of $2.20 over the life of the contract for full-time workers.

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Some part-timers will move from $11.12 an hour to $16 over the life of the contract. All full-timers also will get six paid sick days by the deal’s second year.

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