Metropolitan Nashville's school board recently outsourced cleaning services to a private contractor, GCA, which promised to offer workers similar wages and benefits. Despite this promise, GCA proceeded to fire two-thirds of the staff, cut wages by 30 percent, and hike workers' healthcare deductibles.
Now, Nashville janitors from SEIU Local 205 are organizing to form a union against GCA's poverty wages and broken promises. Catch up on the history of the campaign to stop the privatization of MNPS custodians here.
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