Residents of high-rise luxury apartments might have to take out their own trash and retrieve packages themselves as the doormen and staff for 3,000 New York buildings threaten to go on strike.
The union contract for more than 30,000 workers from buildings owned by companies including Vornado Realty Trust and Related Cos. expires April 20. The property managers are looking to cut back employees’ vacation days and sick leave, while forcing staff to cover more of their healthcare costs, now fully borne by the management firms.
Building owners and managers haven’t proposed specific figures for wages, according to Kyle Bragg, president of the SEIU 32BJ union representing the
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