INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS

Stand Against Racial Discrimination: A Public Letter on Hannon Security

A broad coalition of security officers, religious leaders and community groups have come together to strongly oppose Hannon’s irresponsible practices in a public letter that is available here.

Officers Charge Hannon Security With Racial Discrimination

On Monday, October 1st, security officers filed a formal complaint with
the Employment Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging that Hannon
Security engages in racial discrimination in their hiring practices,
job placement, and training.

Twin Cities Security Officers Union Moves Forward While Hannon Holds Officers Back

Last year, private security officers in the Twin Cities signed a contract that sets a new market standard for equipment and training, affordable health care, and professional pay. Every major private security contractor in the Twin Cities region has recognized …

Twin Cities Janitors Reach Tentative Agreement with Cleaning Companies for New Contract

After bargaining through the night on Saturday to reach a deal early Sunday morning, janitors reached a tentative agreement for a new contract with the Minneapolis-Saint Paul Contract Cleaners Association – including ABM, FBG, Harvard, Mid-City, and Triangle. See press …

Setting a New Standard for Security Officers

“I can now go to work every day knowing I am making a living wage and can supply healthcare to my family. And that I now have a terrific support system at my site for whatever difficulties may or may …

Security Officers Win Historic Contract!

Janitors Ratify New Contract

On Saturday, March 6, Twin Cities janitors unanimously ratified our new contract! Three months ago, we set out to win good, full-time green jobs with better health insurance, and that’s what we won. We could not have won this without …

Twin Cities Janitors Disappointed by BOMA Opposition to Good Faith Bargaining

Twin Cities Janitorial Contract Update February 12, 2010 Twin Cities Janitors Disappointed by BOMA Opposition to Good Faith Bargaining MINNEAPOLIS – Twin Cities janitors reacted with disappointment to press reports that the Building Owners and Managers Association of Saint Paul …

Environmental Groups & Labor Unions Are Ready to Support Janitors on Strike!

On Wednesday, February 10, environmental organizations including the North Star Chapter of the Sierra Club and Clean Water Action joined Local 26 members at the Minneapolis City Hall Rotunda to pledge their support for a possible strike by Twin Cities …