After coming together, janitors at Express Scripts win a better future with 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.
Twenty Local 1 building engineers, representing six different management companies, were the first group to graduate from the one-year Certified Residential Engineers training program!
The fight isn’t over! Be on the lookout for updates in January 2018 as Guardian Officers at DePaul continue their fight for a voice on the job and a better future for their families.
Local 1 janitors come together to fight for a brighter future and a better airport for all St. Louis working families.
Mohammad Al Zayed, a Syrian refugee and janitor at O’Hare Airport, talked to the Associated Press about how the Trump administration’s travel ban would impact him and his family.
25,000 SEIU members and their families are struggling in the aftermath of the most devastating storm to hit Puerto Rico in a century, and SEIU Local 1 members stand with them as they recover and rebuild. More than a week after …
After months of coming together and showing their strength at the negotiation table, nearly 1,000 Jel Sert operators, mechanics, janitors, and clerks overwhelmingly ratified a strong new contract that provides financial security and a brighter future for themselves and their families.
Major legislation slated for a Chicago City Council vote on September 6 would create a pathway to unionization for nearly 8,000 O’Hare and Midway airport workers and raise their wages to $13.45 an hour.
Para leer en español, se desplaza hacia abajo / Scroll down to read the Spanish version Building off the momentum from their massive November 2016 strike, Chicago airport workers began 2017 with a ground swell of support from the public. …