Contract workers employed by Prosegur picketed outside of a U.S. Postal Inspection Service facility in Dulles, to protest the wage theft they have experienced at their worksite.
On Monday, contract workers employed by Prosegur picketed outside of a U.S. Postal Inspection Service facility in Dulles, Va., to protest the wage theft they have experienced at their National Law Enforcement Communication Centers (NLECC) worksite. They were joined by the leadership and members of CWA Locals 2222 and 2107.
Prosegur, formerly known as Command Security Corporation, is a federal contractor for the United States Postal Service and USPIS employing about 60 workers at the NLECC in Dulles, Va., and Fort Worth, Texas, under its contract with the USPS.
CWA estimates that Prosegur’s NLECC workers are owed more than $1 million in back wages due to violations of the Service Contract Act (SCA). The workers are demanding to be made whole for all of the back wages that they are owed, and to be paid the proper wages under the Service Contract Act moving forward.