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County of Santa Barbara – Time to Gear Up for Bargaining!
March 3, 2021
County of Santa Barbara It’s time to prepare for our upcoming bargaining campaign for Santa Barbara County employees. Our contract expires on June 27, 2021. We need to hear from you! It is only with our unity and participation that we can help protect services in our community. You can … Read More
Humanitarian Aid and PPE Drive at SEIU 721 on March 4th for Asylum Seekers Arriving to US-Mexico Border
March 2, 2021
The surge of asylum seekers at the Tijuana border is creating a looming humanitarian crisis. That’s why SEIU 721 members, Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE), and Hispanic/Latino Ministries and Border Concerns of the Cal-Pac Conference of the United Methodist Church are stepping up to launch a day-long … Read More
LA County Heroes Unite: 2021 Contract Campaign
March 1, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic proved what we already knew: We’re the heroes who keep America together while everything else is falling apart. We deserve a strong contract! But how will we get it this year if LA County is almost broke? This is definitely a special year – so we need … Read More
Black History Month: Celebrating Fannie Lou Hamer
February 19, 2021
SEIU 721 Members are invited to attend this online event celebrating one of our labor heroes! The Fannie Lou Hamer Institute is hosting a program celebrating its namesake on Facebook Live on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. In addition to her work in labor, she was also a voting … Read More
Call Congress and Demand Massive Federal Relief
Essential workers have been holding it down for all of us while the pandemic rages on. We’ve been on the frontlines fighting for the lives of COVID patients, processing aid for families in our communities and keeping our streets and workplaces clean and safe to provide vital services during unprecedented … Read More
VRSD Members Vote to Approve Tentative Agreement
Our solidarity delivered a contract win that puts Ventura Regional Sanitation District (VRSD) back on track to ensure quality services for our communities, and the residents we serve. The bargaining team negotiated a 3% salary increase over the term of the one-year contract and members voted to approve the agreement. … Read More
Gold Coast Transit District – Time to Gear Up for Bargaining!
February 13, 2021
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Nurses and Healthcare Professionals Win Big Victory on Hospital Safety Standards
February 5, 2021
For too long, nurses have been asked to provide patients with high-quality care amidst dangerously low staffing levels. Never has this fact been illustrated more vividly than during the COVID-19 pandemic, as ERs have run out of beds and hospitals have been overrun with novel coronavirus cases. But there is … Read More
LA County Probation Dept. update: COVID-19 concerns and Client Training Manual top our union’s JLM meeting agenda
LA COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT MEMBERS: We have important news to report from our monthly Joint Labor Management (JLM) meeting. COVID-19 Update Client meetings Our union noted that Deputy Probation Officers (DPOs) are holding client meetings outside the office but still bringing paperwork directly back into the office. The Probation Department responded … Read More
Black History Is American History: BHM 2021
February 1, 2021
Last month a scene unfolded on the grounds of the US Capitol that was almost unimaginable. White supremacists, at the urging of former Pres. Donald Trump, lay siege to Congress in an attempt to overturn the results of a fair, democratic election. Fed lies for months about false claims of … Read More