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We Have a Tentative Agreement in the City of Riverside!
November 23, 2020
We are pleased to announce that our Bargaining Team has reached a Tentative Agreement with the City of Riverside. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic economic fallout ravaging local budgets throughout California — we protected what’s ours! We were able to push the City to agree to a status quo 1-year deal, which is what our … Read More
County of Ventura Day After Thanksgiving – WE Won That
County of Ventura This year we’ve faced a host of unprecedented challenges from the pandemic public health crisis to financial turmoil at city, county and state levels. But because we stayed union strong throughout bargaining in 2019, we will soon enjoy one of the fruits of our labor, a day … Read More
Getting Anti-Worker Spam Emails At Your Job?
November 18, 2020
We’ve been receiving reports that anti-worker organizations have been spamming SEIU 721 members with deceitful messages in an attempt to trick LA County and LA Courts workers into giving up your union power.  Let me clear something up right off the bat.   Member dues do not go toward political candidates. … Read More
Schools and Communities First – We will continue forward after Prop 15’s very narrow loss
November 13, 2020
It’s never easy when something we’ve fought so long and hard for doesn’t come to pass but the very narrow loss of Proposition 15 after a week of ballot counting is far from the end of the story. We knew what we were up against: When you tell multi-billion dollar corporations that … Read More
Ventura Superior Courts Sideletter Tentative Agreement Reached – Time to Vote
November 10, 2020
  The Coronavirus public health crisis has taken its toll on city, county and state funding. Our frontline workers are now experiencing furloughs and layoffs in other jurisdictions. SEIU 721 is working swiftly to keep workers safe and to protect services for our communities during this time of unprecedented challenges. … Read More
LA City Members: Get Your Flu Shot — Stop the Spread and Win Prizes
November 9, 2020
COVID-19 is still spreading throughout our communities. Now more than ever it’s important to protect yourself and your loved ones this flu season. A flu shot brings protection and helps reduce the strain on healthcare systems responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Get your flu shot by December 31, 2020 and be entered into the City … Read More
Join Us Saturday to Demand Democracy
November 5, 2020
IT’S NOW OR NEVER. The outcome of the presidential election hangs in the balance by mere thousands of votes in just a handful of battleground states. Yet, already, the Trump Administration is threatening lawsuits to stop ballot counting in states like Michigan and Pennsylvania. We must defend each other. We … Read More
EVERY VOTE COUNTS and we WILL count every vote!
November 4, 2020
The presidential election isn’t over. Votes are still being counted, many of them mail-in ballots – and they are trending in support of the Biden-Harris 2020 campaign. It looks like we are on track to win Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania when we count all the votes. That’s the key: We … Read More
VCERA Update: Unions and VCERA Agree to Continue to Meet on the Flex Credit
October 30, 2020
SEIU 721 Regional Director Danny Carrillo and SEIU 721’s counsel participated in the last VCERA meeting on October 12 to discuss the Alameda Decision and the impact to SEIU legacy VCERA participants. SEIU continues to work with our County of Ventura Labor allies including the Sheriff and Fire Associations and … Read More
COVID-19 Testing, Webinar and Flu Vaccinations for LA County members with Kaiser coverage
October 27, 2020
The holidays are around the corner and the COVID-19 pandemic is still here. It’s more vital than ever to protect our health – and for LA County members of our union with Kaiser Permanente coverage, there are new opportunities we won’t want to miss. On Wednesday, October 28, Kaiser Permanente … Read More