- Contract Negotiations
Members of our union, 32BJ SEIU, are standing together for good jobs in upcoming contract negotiations that cover 60,000 office building cleaners. Workers' contracts best binary options brokers for beginners in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. will expire between October and December 2011.
- New York Metro
In the New York Metro District, 32BJ represents over 70,000 workers — including residential building service workers and security officers, as well as commercial office, public school and window cleaners.
- Hudson Valley
With more than 4,500 members, 32BJ represents commercial cleaners, residential building workers, and country club workers in Putnam, Dutchess, Rockland, Orange, Sullivan and Westchester counties, including White Plains, Tarrytown, New Rochelle and Yonkers.
Most Connecticut members are in Hartford, Stamford, and New Haven. We represent commericial cleaners, property service and food service workers.
- New Jersey
In New Jersey — Hudson, Morris, Essex, Bergen, Mercer, Middlesex and other counties — 32BJ represents 8,300 workers including commercial office and school cleaners, residential building workers, airport workers, security officers and food service workers.
- Mid Atlantic
With 7,000 members — commercial office cleaners, security officers, building engineers, window washers, food service workers, custodians, and municipal, water, university and housing maintenance workers — the Mid Atlantic District represents workers in Philadelphia, Norristown, South Jersey, Bucks, Chester, and Montgomery counties.
- Western Pennsylvania
With over 5,000 members in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas, we work as security officers, cleaners, school bus drivers, crossing guards, clerks, clerical workers, teachers aides, mechanics, window washers, groundskeepers, incinerator operators, food service, maintenance and other property service workers.
- Capital Area District
Contracts covering 16,000 office building cleaners in Washington, D.C., Montgomery County, Northern Virginia and Baltimore expire on October 15.
Members in Florida will be supporting commercial building workers in the other districts during their contract negotiations. While their own contracts expire at a different time, they will be participating in solidarity actions.