SEATTLE— On Saturday, July 10, SEIU6 janitors voted overwhelmingly to approve a tentative agreement reached by the SEIU6 Janitorial Bargaining Team and representatives of their employers. The new contract includes wage increases of up to $3 over the next three years for experienced janitors, stronger protections against COVID-19, higher pension contributions, and no cuts to healthcare, which will continue to cover janitors and their families with premiums fully paid by employers.
My Vote Is Essential
Essential workers on the frontlines of this pandemic have called on Congress to ensure PPE and essential pay, but so far the Republican Senate hasn’t listened. Today, on #NationalVoterRegistrationDay, SEIU6 essential workers are making it clear that our voices will be heard at the ballot box. Update your voter registration today: https://voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx #MyVoteIsEssential #ProtectAllWorkers #JusticeForJanitors #PovertyDoesntFly #StandForSecurityPosted by SEIU6 Property Services NW on Tuesday, 22 September 2020