After Janitor Strike, Denver International Airport Security Officers Represented May Strike
DENVER (KDVR) — A strike vote could be held as soon as Friday by the security officers union at Denver International Airport.
One security officer told FOX31 THAT employees who have worked for years are making, in some cases, just a couple of dollars more per hour than when they started.
“We are part of the first responders in this airport,” said one security guard, who asked not to be named.
He said their demands are going unheard by their employer, Healthcare and High-risk Security Services, or HSS for short.
“We’ve been asking for a raise, and no one is listening,” the security officer said.
The issues with working for this company, the security officer said, have cost them, employees. They currently stand at about 180, down by more than half from numbers past. READ THE ENTIRE STORY HERE.