- by Mark Reilly
- Managing Editor- Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Union negotiators return to the bargaining table this week to meet with maintenance and security companies, after contracts for thousands of janitors and guards expired.
Minnesota Public Radio reports that deals covering 4,200 janitors around the metro and building security staff in Minneapolis and St. Paul, expired Dec. 31.
The sides narrowly averted a strike at the last labor deal in 2010.
Mark Reilly manages daily and weekly coverage at the Business Journal newsroom.