Service Employees International Union members, along with other community members, marched downtown on the day of Tuesday in favor of all downtown security officers being capable to join 32BJ of the Service Employees International Union.
The rally emphasized on how the union assists to gain better wages, benefits and health care for workers.
Jessica Seven does not mind raising her voice for others, particularly security officers who need to join the SEIU union.
“It is good to stand up for good jobs in the city and help bringing people up in the community,” claimed Jessica Seven, SEIU 32BJ.
Previous year, about 1,000 local security officers working for different companies formed a union and won.
“We are here to fight for our brothers and sisters ’cause it’s not fair, I fought, we won, we got a better salary, better health care everything and it is just the fair that everybody in Pittsburgh gets the same wages that we are getting now,” said Maria Centeno, a security guard.
Union leaders say few security companies reject to let workers sign with the union, and now, that is impacting the job quality for roughly 100 workers.
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