Building service workers strike averted in NYC !

Local 32BJ and the realty advisory board report that a deal has been
reached. The union represents approximately 30,000 building service
workers -including doormen, porters, janitors and supers. The strike
would’ve started at 7am on Wednesday shift change.

Last strike was in early 90s. Sticking points included owner demands
that workers shoulder part of health care costs and pay raises.

Total pay increase of nearly 10 percent and no sig cuts to bennies in
this new four year contract.

I don’t know about you but I will be glad to see familiar faces in the
morning !

’till the next time.

Posted via email from Nicole Beauchamp Team ,Your NYC Real Estate Resource


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