UNION PRIDE RALLY
Join SEIU6 Security Officers as we demand that security employers RESPECT US, PROTECT US, and PAY US this contract cycle. We won’t stop until we win a fair contract.
NB: Meet @SEIU6 11:30am to carpool
3720 Airport Way S
Security Officers Contract Rally
SEIU6 union security officers are holding a kick-off rally for the 2022 security contract campaign. Join us as we fight for respect, better pay and protections.
- RESPECT to ensure a fair workplace free of all forms of discrimination, retaliation and bullying
- STRONGER PROTECTIONS including training for volatile situations and protection against employer exploitation
- HIGHER WAGES because security is hard, skilled, dangerous work
Janitors Speak Out on Repetitive Motion Injuries
SEIU6 union janitors support HB 1837. Join us for an important discussion about workplace safety, preventable injuries and the new proposed state law HB 1837
Contract Negotiations Begins for SeaTac Passenger Service Workers
SeaTac workers made history in 2013 when we joined together to pass Proposition 1, which raised the minimum wage to $15/hour and ensured union rights at the airport. We not only sparked a national movement for higher wages, we also raised the standards for our families and our communities. Money that would have gone to the top in profits would now stay in the hands of the workers.
SeaTac passenger service workers are key to our region’s economy. In 2017, passenger service workers:
- Served nearly 47 million passengers arriving and departing on 416,124 aircraft
- Contributed an estimated $22.5 billion in economic activity in Washington State
- Created an estimated $274 million in economic activity in the City of Tukwila
- Contributed an estimated $138 million in economic activity in the City of Burien