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Building trades unions won’t disclose racial data
Enforcing requirements that people of color work on construction jobs is made more difficult by building trades unions’ refusal to keep or share data on the race of their members.
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Airport workers protest wage theft, working conditions
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Airport workers protest wage theft, working conditions
Workers at Boston’s Logan International Airport rallied with elected officials on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to protest wage theft from a city contractor as well as the federal government shutdown.
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In the news: Dalida Rocha
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In the news: Dalida Rocha
Dalida Rocha was appointed political director at the New England district of SEIU 32BJ, the largest property service workers union in the nation, with 163,000 members up and down the East Coast.
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Marriott hotel workers go on citywide strike
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Marriott hotel workers go on citywide strike
Hotel workers took part in coordinated strikes at Marriott hotels across the city Wednesday Oct. 3, as contract negotiations between the billion-dollar hotel chain and union members stall.
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Marriott hotel workers vote to authorize strike
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Marriott hotel workers vote to authorize strike
Hotel workers voted Sept. 12 to authorize a strike at eight Boston Marriott hotels, a move local union members are ready to make if demands for better pay and working conditions are not met.
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Whittier employees fired in advance of union vote
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Whittier employees fired in advance of union vote
Thirteen Whittier Street Health Center employees who were fired last Thursday were offered their positions back Sunday afternoon after they rallied in protest outside the clinic last Friday. Tuesday morning, the workers received emails notifying them they would be eligible to return to work Wednesday, the day they’re scheduled to vote on whether to join SEIU 1199, a local that organizes health care workers.
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