St. Paul Nursing Home Workers To Strike Monday, Demanding Better Pay And BenefitsThe healthcare workers have bargained with their employer seven times over the last six months, and still remain divided on issues.
Twin Cities Janitors Reach Deal With Employers To Avoid StrikeService Employee International Union Local 26 reached the deal on Saturday, two days before a strike was set to start on Monday.
Mounds View Educators Prepared To StrikeFor the first time in 40 years, the Mounds View Public Schools could see a strike if talks between the SEIU Local 284 union and the district continue to stall.
Thousands Of Janitors Strike At MSP Airport FridayThousands of Twin Cities janitors are in the middle of a strike right now, and Friday morning they took the strike to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport.
Union Workers At HealthPartners Approve Tentative AgreementSEIU says the new contract will see wage increases of 7.5% over three years, along with protection of employee health plan benefits, and overtime pay provisions.
Thousands Of Twin Cities Janitors To Walk Off Job For 1-Day Strike ThursdayThousands of Twin Cities janitors plan to walk off the job late Thursday afternoon.
4,000 Twin Cities Janitors Plan To Strike On ThursdayThe janitors are employed by dozens of subcontractors to clean corporate buildings in the Twin Cities, including IDS, Capella Tower, EcoLab, U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo, United Health Group and Ameriprise.
Thousands Of Twin Cities Janitors Plan 1-Day Strike Next WeekThe union says it want a raise, six paid sick days, and a eco-friendly training program to help combat climate change.
1,800 HealthPartners Employees To Vote On Whether To Strike Over 'Health Care Benefits Contract Dispute'The jobs of these employees vary widely, including nurses, dental assistants, nurse practitioners, midwives, and more than 70 other positions across 30 locations.
Accusations Of Fraud At PCA Union Swirl Amid Contract Vote At State CapitolOpponents of a public union for personal care attendants are asking Minnesota lawmakers not to ratify a new labor agreement.
Some Minnesota Caregivers Fighting To Withdraw From UnionA group of personal caregivers are fighting to withdraw from their union, but say the state is making it difficult.
Twin Cities Janitors Rally Amid Contract NegotiationsA day before they return to the bargaining table, dozens of Twin Cities janitors are holding a rally to renew their call for higher wages.
Non-Union Janitors Strike In Mpls., Block Traffic Coming Into DowntownHundreds of non-union workers took to Minneapolis streets Thursday morning to protest for fair wages. They were joined by supporters from the community, asking corporations to do their part in ending the racial and economic disparities in Minnesota.
Local SEIU Reiterates Demands As Feb. 14 Strike Deadline ApproachesWith one more bargaining session planned before the strike deadline, Twin Cities janitors and SEIU Local 26 reiterated their demands outside of U.S. Bank Thursday.
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.