TAKE ACTION

Get involved. Make a difference in your Union.

MY UNION

Your contract, resources, and benefits at your fingertips.

OUR CALENDAR

Find the latest upcoming meetings and events.

News

LA County: Here are Our Tentative Agreement Highlights
July 23, 2021
Thanks to months of collective action, and over 150 actions by thousands of SEIU 721 members across LA County, we’ve secured a groundbreaking, 6-month tentative agreement with Heroes Pay for All, healthcare cost coverage increases, and a new Juneteenth paid holiday. While other unions simply rolled their contracts over for … Read More
LA County Virtual Countywide Fitness Challenge: Earn up to $100 in reward cards
July 19, 2021
Starting on Wed., July 21, LA County members of SEIU 721 can earn up to $100 in reward cards for participating in the Countywide Fitness Challenge. It’s all virtual in 2021! Webinars are available for six wellness categories: Active Fitness, Body/Physical Health, Financial Wellness, Mental/Self-Care, Nutrition/Food, and Social/Relationships. Learn more … Read More
All Hands On Deck – El Monte City Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 20th
July 15, 2021
As you may know, we have been working diligently to protect our members from the unfair concessions that the City is seeking from us. What was originally a concern over lost sales tax revenue due to COVID-19, has transformed into a variety of falsehoods and disrespect for our sacrifices, and our excellent public … Read More
Meet your LACERA Bargaining Teams for 2021 Contract Negotiations
July 2, 2021
Bargaining for a Successor Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is about to begin. Our current contract will expire on December 31, 2021. SEIU is proud to announce that a Bargaining Team has been chosen. These members took time to send in a Bargaining Petition so they will be able to represent … Read More
Moving Forward and Continuing to Win
Sisters and brothers, I’m honored to announce the selection of Simboa Wright to the office of Vice President of SEIU 721 and Adolfo Granados to the office of Treasurer. Their selection comes after a thorough interview process, and both were approved by a unanimous vote of our union’s Executive Board. Simboa … Read More
LA County members confront the Board of Supervisors to demand Heroes Pay for All
June 30, 2021
After all the dedication and sacrifices we – the essential workers of LA County – made during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Supervisors wants to reward us with a slap in the face by adopting a budget with ZERO meaningful investment in us. Worst of all, LA County is … Read More
Heroes Pay for LA County members? Or a slap in the face?
June 14, 2021
LA County is Offering a One-Time Bonus Heroes Pay? Or a Slap in the Face? On Thursday, June 10, in the sixth week of bargaining, Los Angeles County finally brought some money to the bargaining table. Their so-called “Appreciation Pay” is a proposed one-time bonus of $750, plus an additional … Read More
Lunchtime Demonstrations at the LA County Board of Supervisors’ Offices – BE THERE
June 11, 2021
SEIU 721 members are organizing lunchtime demonstrations at the field offices of the LA County Board of Supervisors. We will be carpooling from nearby worksites to deliver a strong message to the Supervisors that we need Heroes Pay for All! All demonstrations will begin at 12:15 PM and continue through … Read More
LA County: Tell the Board your story or they’ll tell us we get nothing
June 7, 2021
It’s crunch time … and, across LA County, SEIU 721 members are stepping up to show the Board of Supervisors, the CEO and everyone else that we mean it when we demand Heroes Pay for All. Last week, we started sending testimonials directly to all five members of the Board of … Read More
An LA City Budget that Prioritizes Civilian Workers!
Thanks to our efforts, the City of Los Angeles has pased a landmark equity-based budget that prioritizes our civilian workforce. Mayor Eric Garcetti has signed a 2021-2022 City Budget that commits funds to hire 750 positions through the Targeted Local Hire program we’ve championed. Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, we were barely … Read More