Workers strike on Carlyle Towers

The 17 residential workers that maintain Carlyle Towers, where U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-Cliffside Park) lives, are on the second day of a two day strike to protest managements treatment of workers.

32BJ of the Service Employees International Union, which represents the workers, is asking Lautenberg to call on Carlyle Towers Board to  fall in line with area employers

According to SEIU, workers are seeking to maintain their healthcare, retirement and training benefits as well as receive a cost of living raise.  They have had a wage freeze for the past three years, according to union leadership.

Workers strike on Carlyle Towers