CHICAGO (AP) -- O'Hare International Airport workers who voted to strike soon will announce when they plan to take action.
Service Employees International Union Local 1 officials say they will announce the date of their strike at 10 a.m. Monday at the airport.
About 500 workers committed to a strike after a vote Thursday. The workers involved have been trying to organize with the union's help. They work mainly for private contractors at the airport.
The workers are seeking union rights and a $15 per hour wage. They include baggage handlers, cabin cleaners, janitors, and wheelchair attendants.
SEIU Local 1 President Tom Balanoff says they don't expect to shut down the airport but will create a disruption. The strike comes during the busy Thanksgiving holiday travel week.