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More than 20,000 janitors across California ratified a new contract over the weekend that for many workers includes a $20 an hour minimum wage and an employers’ contribution to a union pension plan by 2023.
The statewide contract for janitors who clean professional office buildings in California — including spaces for companies such as Apple and Visa — comes after weeks of rallies. Workers had worked without a contract since the end of August.
“We won what all essential workers deserve, fair wages that acknowledge our sacrifices, benefits that allow us to care for our families, and the chance to retire when we get too old to work. We are so pleased that the membership ratified this contract, and we are ready to fight for more,” Anabella Aguirre, a Los Angeles janitor and a member of SEIU United Service Workers West’s bargaining committee, said in the union’s statement.
More at source: Sacramento Bee
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