Local 105 currently represents over 2,500 janitors in commercial real estate employed by 22 different janitorial contractors in the Denver metro area, over 500 security officers, as well as 1100 workers at Denver International Airport.
With SEIU, janitors and security workers have won major wage gains, full employer-paid family health insurance, full-time work opportunities, training programs, and protections from unlawful employers.
In the midst of the rapid consolidation, globalization, and expansion of the property services industry, workers are joining together to ensure these growing industries provide good jobs with health care and a future.
SEIU is the largest and fastest growing property services union in the United States.
We join SEIU to:
Congratulations, because you raised your voice at work, in your community, and in our political process, all property services workers across SEIU Local 105 are
Commercial Cleaning Services, unfairly cut work hours for Denver janitors over the holidays. As a result, hundreds of families spent the holidays stressed and short a paycheck. ✊ Call CCS, 📞 (303) 733-8997📞 tell them to have a heart and treat janitors with respect.
Denver, tonight we made history! Our Denver City Council just unanimously voted to raise the minimum wage to $15 and beyond for all workers in our city.
Janitors and cleaning contractors agree to invest in good jobs that support families and build the economy.
On June 15, 2016, more than 700 janitors and supporters holding large brooms and mops high marched and then voted to authorize a strike during the busy downtown lunchtime, sending a message to building owners and cleaning companies that they are serious about achieving a path to $15/hour in their new contract that is currently under negotiations.