50 airport service workers walk off job in Minneapolis

About 50 employees of a company that does business at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport walked off the job in protest of what they claim to be disrespectful management.

KSTP-TV reports the employees of Air Serv Facility Services Inc. walked off the job Tuesday.

The company cleans and maintains aircrafts, arranges ground transportation and provides security services.

A company representative declined to comment to KSTP. A message left Wednesday by The Associated Press to seek comment on the workers' claims was not immediately returned.

Air Serv employee Idreis Dahir said the workers aren't happy with the way they are treated by management.

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