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Bob Schoonover’s Statement on LA and Ventura area fires
December 5, 2017
SEIU 721’s president and members urge residents to heed evacuation warnings, and thank public sector frontline and service providers for their heroic work.   Los Angeles, CA—“The wildfires raging throughout Los Angeles County and Ventura County are having a big impact on our union. Many SEIU 721 members live and … Read More
LA County members prepare for contract bargaining at Agenda ’18
December 2, 2017
With the New Year comes a new contract for all our LA County members – which means another round of contract bargaining! To get everyone prepared, we held the “Agenda ’18: LA County Bargaining Conference” at The Reef in downtown LA on Sat., Dec. 2. “This conference is the perfect … Read More
Las Virgenes Members Win a Contract That Includes a 3% Raise
November 21, 2017
We did it! Our SEIU 721 Las Virgenes Municipal Water District bargaining team worked hard to secure a strong one year contract that puts members and the District back on track. Our unity and collective participation were key in bringing home this contract. Congratulations! Here’s what we achieved: 3% salary … Read More
Shining A Light On Riverside County’s Wasteful Spending
November 16, 2017
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors seems to prefer that their dealings with European consulting giant KPMG stay in the shadows. That probably makes it easier for them to do things like turn a $761,600 contract into a $40 million one through amendments – without the taxpayers footing the bill … Read More
LA City Bargaining Kick-Off on Nov. 15 at SEIU HQ!
November 7, 2017
Attention LA City members: Our next General Membership meeting will focus on 2018 Contract Negotiations! So if you care about wages, benefits and working conditions – you won’t want to miss it! We’ll also go over bargaining LA City survey results, make bargaining team announcements and host a general Q&A. … Read More
LA Superior Courts – It’s Time to Invest in Justice
November 6, 2017
It’s time to prepare for our upcoming bargaining campaign for LA Superior Courts employees. We need to hear from you! It is critically important that we incorporate your voice in this bargaining process. It is only with our unity and participation that we can help restore Court services to our … Read More
Deadline extended for L.A. City bargaining surveys!
November 3, 2017
Attention all members working for the City of Angels! You now have until Monday, November 13 at 5 p.m. to send in your contract bargaining surveys. It’s easy to do. Just fill it out online! Contract bargaining is around the corner and these survey results help shape our agenda.  It’s … Read More
Riverside County’s “Last Best Final” Offer
November 2, 2017
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City of Santa Paula Members Win a New Contract!
October 26, 2017
WE DID IT! With an overwhelming YES vote, City of Santa Paula members won a strong three year contract which includes a 15% salary increase over the term of the contract! Through member unity and participation, our bargaining team was able to win a contract that secures vital services for … Read More
Safety threats at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center & Ventura County Hall of Justice
October 19, 2017
Sisters & Brothers, Today’s lock-down at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar due to the threat of an active shooter came on the heels of a bomb threat at the Ventura County Hall of Justice yesterday. Thankfully, in both cases, the threats were empty and no one was harmed. But … Read More
Join The Fire Zappia Tour
October 16, 2017
Temecula Drop Zappia
It’s time for Riverside County’s anti-worker attorneys at Zappia Law Firm to go! Keeping Zappia on the county payroll hurts our county workers, which hurts our entire community, so we’re rallying the community to our cause! Over the past few weeks, members of the Riverside CAT team have been going … Read More
Riverside County’s Whopping Number of Unfair Practice Charges!
October 12, 2017
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Work for the City of Angels? We want to hear from you!
October 10, 2017
Contract bargaining for our City of L.A. members is coming up – and it’s vital that our agenda reflects the priorities of our union family. So we want to hear from you! Simply fill out this bargaining survey online … or check your snail mail today! It’s also time to … Read More
SEIU 721 Welcomes Cagle as New LA County DCFS Director
October 5, 2017
We want to welcome Bobby Cagle to the department and look forward to working with him. Mr. Cagle certainly understands what’s at stake – he was in foster care as child and served as a caseworker. As director of Georgia’s child welfare system, Cagle was recognized by child advocates for … Read More
SEIU 721 Stands With Puerto Rico
October 4, 2017
Remember Puerto Rico
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, the people of Puerto Rico have endured 14 days without food, water, power and communication. As the death toll rises, elected officials are choosing to focus on the debt Puerto Rico owes to big banks, rather than the sorely needed help the people need. … Read More
The “Right To Work” Attack on Riverside
It didn’t take long for so-called “Right To Work” goons to set their sights on Riverside County workers. As soon as our ULP strike started making waves, the anti-worker website CapitalResearch.org published a brazen hit piece on our members. In addition to a headline blaming county workers, rather than the … Read More
Voices of Labor Day: Union Jobs + Better Wages = Fewer Homeless Angelenos
September 9, 2017
By Sharonda Wade Some kids have imaginary friends to keep them company in their childhood years. My constant companion was hunger. Growing up in South Central Los Angeles, my mom, sister and I were poor. Not just “couldn’t afford the latest fashions” or “only ate peanut butter sandwiches” poor but … Read More
Victorious, Thousands Return To Work Stronger Than Ever
September 8, 2017
After an historic strike garnering the support of California’s top three gubernatorial candidates, thousands of workers across Riverside County returned to work today wearing “Stronger Than Ever” stickers, and those working in Riverside’s especially dangerous flagship hospital walked back into work equipped with pepper spray. As of today, Riverside County … Read More
March and Takeover of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors Building!
September 7, 2017
Riverside, CA — SEIU 721 represented Riverside County employees aren’t holding back from moving the County to end their unfair practices, and our momentum is not up letting up anytime soon. As if thousands of striking Riverside County employees descending on the RUHS flagship hospital wasn’t enough to let the … Read More
Voices of Labor Day: A Pension Saved is A Pension Earned
September 6, 2017
By Bob May Over Labor Day weekend, Ventura County beaches will have transformed into a massive playground for thousands of people celebrating the end of summer. But for me, the beach is my worksite — where I’ve helped keep it clean for over 23 years. Sand and the surf have … Read More
More Than 1,000 Workers Picket Riverside University Hospital
Despite the County’s attempts to block some workers from striking, more than 1,000 Riverside County employees picketed for several hours outside of the Riverside University Hospital Wednesday morning – sending a strong message to management that we’re not backing down! The picket began at 6:30 a.m. and picked up steam … Read More
SEIU Hurricane Harvey Relief
September 1, 2017
Harvey Relief
Our sisters and brothers in SEIU Texas, the Workers United Southwest Regional Joint Board, National Conference of Firemen and Oilers-32BJ/ SEIU and SEIU Local 1000 are among the millions of people impacted by the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey. It’s times like this when being united with two million members in a … Read More
SEIU 721 Statement on Charlottesville
August 14, 2017
Charlottesville Statement
The violence and hate espoused by the white supremacists behind Saturday’s deadly terror attack in Charlottesville strike at the very heart of what it means to be an American. SEIU 721 members condemn this horrific violence in the strongest terms, and our hearts are with those families grieving the injury … Read More
WE DID IT! Oxnard designated a Sanctuary City!
July 31, 2017
SEIU 721 members Rosa Valladares and Roberto Camacho after the Council votes to make Oxnard a Sanctuary City.
Together, SEIU 721 members have spent countless hours working alongside residents and community groups to make Oxnard a Sanctuary City. On July 25, the Oxnard City Council voted to make our demand a reality! Now more than ever before, it’s critical that our elected leaders stand up for all working … Read More
Hundreds take Rise & Resist Leader oath at Unity Summit
July 26, 2017
In a milestone moment for SEIU Local 721, hundreds of members took the oath to become Rise & Resist Leaders at an inaugural Unity Summit held at St. Sophia Cathedral in South Los Angeles this past Saturday, July 22. “Our union is facing a serious threat – the threat of … Read More
Conejo Recreation and Park District Members Win a New Contract!
July 10, 2017
Two Year Deal Includes Wage Increase and Additional Comp Time The Conejo Recreation and Park District (CRPD) bargaining team reached a tentative agreement on a strong two-year contract that strengthens our District. Through your unity, participation and overwhelming YES vote, we won a contract that includes salary increases of 2.5% in … Read More
SEIU 721 Victory! June 6, 2017 Election Results:
June 7, 2017
Our hard work paid off!After weeks of knocking on doors, making calls, and getting voters to the polls for our endorsed candidates, we have elected women and men who will fight for households like yours and mine.We work hard, and we live up to our values. We are proud to support leaders who do the same.#TogetherWeWin