National Support for Striking Downtown Detroit SecurAmerica Security Officers Continues to Grow with Backing from 2020 Presidential Candidates DETROIT – Yesterday, downtown Detroit security officers walked off the job in an unfair labor practice strike to protest over …
The SEIU Illinois State Council applauds Toni Preckwinkle’s plan to push for a $15 minimum wage for Chicago working families by 2021.
SEIU Local 1 Cheers Sherrod Brown’s Re-Election Sherrod is a steadfast leader in Congress for Ohio’s working families CLEVELAND – SEIU Local 1 Executive Board Member and janitor Sandra Ellington, who works at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, released the following …
Window Washers, Children Dressed in Superhero Costumes to Rally at Millennium Park to Urge Corporate Services CEO to Invest in Chicago’s Communities CHICAGO – SEIU Local 1 window washers, joined by their families, will continue their strike Tuesday at Millennium Park …
Dozens of SEIU Local 1 janitors and their community allies rallied to mark the 28th anniversary of the Justice for Janitors movement and to demand good jobs at the PNC Bank Building.
In a sea of purple signs and T-shirts Local 1 janitors in Detroit today kicked off their contract campaign and the One Detroit movement.
SEIU Local 1 window washers have voted overwhelmingly to strike, if necessary.
After coming together, janitors at Express Scripts win a better future with SEIU Local 1.
On May 1, Local 1 joined hundreds of labor, community and faith allies across the Midwest to mark May Day, or International Workers’ Day.
Washington University graduate workers, students, faculty and community allies recently rallied at the University’s 2018 Arts & Sciences Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner.
On April 28, Local 1 city building custodians in Chicago ratified a strong new contract that guarantees good annual raises, better benefits and a stronger retirement.
On Equal Pay Day, dozens of labor and community allies rallied outside Milwaukee City Hall in support of pay equality and to welcome local security officers into their union, SEIU Local 1.
By coming together, Local 1 janitors won financial security and a better future. Now they’re supporting CPS custodians who are fighting for the same.
Janitors, healthcare workers, public employees and more are coming together to lift wages for all Detroit working families
SEIU members are ready to defeat failed Governor Bruce Rauner and elect J.B. Pritzker in November!
On International Women’s Day, hundreds of Local 1 women janitors and custodians who clean our Chicagoland offices, schools and public buildings rallied with their allies as #WomenRise for good jobs and a strong new contract!
Hundreds of Local 1 members from across the Midwest came together in Chicago for their leadership convention.
Worker leaders at Chicago O’Hare International Airport continue to reaffirm their commitment to a better future with SEIU Local 1.