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We Stopped Privatization in its Tracks! 2-1-1 LA Remains Union
August 2, 2022
We absolutely crushed it! In a remarkable showing of union power, we stopped LA County from outsourcing 2-1-1 LA’s critical services to multi-national consulting firm Deloitte. The motion to award a multi-year $67.2M contract to Deloitte and replace our 2-1-1 LA members with an automated service failed miserably at today’s … Read More
LA City Bargaining Team Elections — MOU 4, MOU 14, MOU 15 and MOU 18
July 29, 2022
In case you missed it, we’re gearing up to begin contract negotiations for a successor LA City Contract. One of the first key steps is to begin assembling new Bargaining Teams. LA City members throughout the City were encouraged to nominate themselves, or a fellow member, and gather at least … Read More
Attention LA City Members: Take our LA City Contract Bargaining Survey
July 26, 2022
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LA County: What will you spend your bonus on? Bonuses arrive on July 29!
July 21, 2022
We, the frontline of LA County, are scheduled to get our hard-earned bonuses on July 29! It’s a sweet win on top of a huge contract victory, which LA County members ratified with a resounding 94% YES vote last week. Our new agreement includes a 12% raise over the life … Read More
LA County members ratify new 3-year contract with a 12% raise and more
July 15, 2022
With an overwhelming 94% YES vote, LA County members just approved a new three-year contract – securing the biggest one-year raise in LA County history and the largest one-year salary increases since 2006. This hard-fought victory is thanks to our on-the-ground organizing and on-the-street action over the last 18 months. … Read More
2022 Regional Council Elections
July 8, 2022
It’s official. The SEIU Local 721 Regional Council Election process is under way! Nominations for each of the four Regional Councils — Los Angeles County, LA/OC Cities, Tri-Counties, and Inland Area — will be accepted by Nomination Petition Members who have been in continuous good standing for the preceding two (2) … Read More
Attention LA City Members: Want to be on Your MOU Bargaining Team?
July 6, 2022
The last 27 months by no means have been easy for LA City workers. Early in the pandemic, we fended off layoffs and furloughs by making sacrifices. We kept the City afloat and carried out core services without interruptions. The recent contract re-opener made us whole by locking in 4.77% … Read More
SEIU Local 721 Latino Caucus Statement on the Migrant Deaths in San Antonio
July 1, 2022
The SEIU 721 Latino Caucus  issued the following statement on the Migrant Deaths in San Antonio “Our union and the Latino Caucus mourn the tragic and avoidable migrant deaths in San Antonio, Texas. To date, 53 migrants have died, in one of the deadliest human smuggling incidents in U.S. history. … Read More
Acting LA County DPSS Director Meets with Our Union at Wilshire HQ
June 30, 2022
Yesterday, our Union met with Dr. Jackie Contreras, the new Acting Director of the LA County Department of Public Social Services. We’re hoping that new DPSS leadership will signify a new day for all of us. One of our first questions to Dr. Contreras was, “Are you going to honor … Read More
Pride Month, SEIU 721 — How Katie Templeton of the LGBT Center Fights for Patients
June 29, 2022
  This Pride Month, SEIU 721 will celebrate LGBTQ colleagues. Below, read about how Katie Templeton of the Los Angeles LGBT Center advocates for patients as a medical biller. Katie Templeton, 36, is a medical biller for the Los Angeles LGBT Center, which provides social and health services to those … Read More