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Petitioning Securitas USA and 1 other

Tell Securitas Not to Go Back On Its Word to Allow Workers to Organize

Securitas is a global security firm that operates in 40 countries around the world. It employs 260,000 workers but often doesn't provide them with the training they need and pays them poverty level wages.

In its code of conduct and an agreement with a union, Securitas stated, "Securitas will respect the rights of all employees to form and join trade unions of their choice." But when a majority of workers in Indianapolis came forward announced their desire to form a union with the Service Employees International Union, Securitas called the police on them and refused to discuss the union.

Demand that Securitas executives honor their commitment to allow employees to freely form a union. 

Letter to
Securitas USA
VP, Corporate Communications, Securitas Gisela Lindstrand
It has come to my attention that Securitas executives have refused to talk with several groups of employees who have legally organized a union in the United States. Securitas even called the police on one group.

This appalling behavior goes against the statement in the company code of conduct and in an agreement with a union that, "Securitas will respect the rights of all employees to form and join trade unions of their choice."

Please honor this commitment and allow your employees to freely form a union as you said you would.

I look forward to your reply at the responses email below.