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***************************************************************************** Office of the City Clerk, City of Los Angeles This report was generated by the Council File Management System on 04/06/2018 ***************************************************************************** Council File Number 06-1189 Title STANDARDS FOR JANITORS / ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY Subject Resolution - WHEREAS, the City of Los Angeles is committed to supporting quality jobs for all its residents; and WHEREAS, Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of the world and the entertainment industry is one of Southern California's leading economic forces; and WHEREAS, the City of Los Angeles currently assists the entertainment industry in many areas of their business including the facilitation of permits for on-location filming; and WHEREAS, most of the jobs created in the entertainment industry are union jobs, with decent wages and good benefits, the industry has maintained poverty jobs for many of the service workers, who, behind the scenes, help this industry function and thrive; and WHEREAS, no worker should have to choose between putting food on the table and taking a sick child to the doctor; and WHEREAS, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Justice for Janitors campaign has been successful in Los Angeles and around the country in improving standards for janitors; and WHEREAS, in Los Angeles, the overwhelming majority of major facilities are cleaned by responsible union janitorial contractors who have committed to improved wages and to health care benefits for workers; and WHEREAS, clients and tenants in these facilities have reported that when wages and benefits increase workplace turnover reduces and the quality of service provided is improved; and WHEREAS, hundreds of janitors employed at studios and other entertainment industry facilities throughout Southern California are already represented by a union and receive improved wages and benefits; and WHEREAS, several major companies, including ABC, CBS, NBC/Universal, Hollywood Center Studios, Raleigh Studios, Warner Music Group, still employ non-union janitorial contractors, whose workers receive poverty wages and no affordable medical benefits. In doing so, they undermine the standards that janitors and responsible corporations in Los Angeles have worked so hard to maintain; and WHEREAS, janitors at these studios are bringing their "behind-the-scenes" struggle front and center and organizing to improve their lives and to win the same standards that thousands of janitors across the City of Los Angeles and California have already won; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Los Angeles calls upon the SEIU Justice For Janitors campaign as well as all companies in the entertainment industry, including ABC, CBS, NBC/Universal, Hollywood Center Studios, Warner Music Group, and Fox, to engage in earnest contract negotiations to resolve their differences over janitors' efforts to improve their lives, the janitors' request to secure a commitment to hiring only contractors who have agreed to the higher and responsible union standards for janitors, to be good corporate citizens and play a leadership role in raising standards for janitors and in doing so, maintain a positive image for the industry, the city, and the state. Last Change Date 07/03/2006 Mover ED REYES

Second ERIC GARCETTI WENDY GREUEL

Archive History 5-23-06 - This day's Council session 5-23-06 - Ref to Housing, Community and Economic Development Committee 5-23-06 - File to Housing, Community and Economic Development Committee Clerk 6-14-06 - Council Action - Housing, Community and Economic Development Committee report ADOPTED to RESOLVE that the Council of the City of Los Angeles hereby calls upon the SEIU Justice For Janitors campaign as well as all companies in the entertainment industry, including ABC, CBS, NBC/Universal, Hollywood Center Studios, Warner Music Group, and Fox, to engage in earnest contract Friday, April 06, 2018

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NBC/Universal, Hollywood Center Studios, Warner Music Group, and Fox, to engage in earnest contract negotiations to resolve their differences over janitors' efforts to improve their lives, the janitors' request to secure a commitment to hiring only contractors who have agreed to the higher and responsible union standards for janitors, to be good corporate citizens and play a leadership role in raising standards for janitors and in doing so, maintain a positive image for the industry, the city, and the state. 6-27-06 - File to Housing, Community and Economic Development Committee Clerk OK 7-3-06 - File in files

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