Unionized janitors say they have ratified a new four-year contract with janitorial service companies that would increase their minimum wage to $15 in three years, averting a strike.
About 40 Service Employees International Union Local 1 members gathered at Spirit Plaza in downtown Detroit on Tuesday to announce the results of contract negotiations that began June 20. The new contract calls to raise the base wage for about 1,700 current employees from less than $10 an hour to $15 in the third year.
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