LA City Members: SIP Program Enrollment Extended

Update September 9, 2020, 5:00PM   Last week the Los Angeles City Council voted to remove the minimum threshold of 1300 participants and approve the Separation Incentive Program (SIP) with 1277 participants. They also established an additional SIP enrollment period for those that qualify to Read More...

This Labor Day, rest up for the big battle ahead

It’s been a momentous Summer on top of an extraordinarily challenging year that, much like the COVID-19 pandemic, is not over yet. For many of us, as SEIU 721 Members, it has been especially difficult. We make up much Read More...

Relief for workers, not blank checks for CEOs

For many SEIU 721 workers, in the course of their work they are required to confront and clean - whether it is germs, viruses, and diseases at a hospital or to clean up city parks to keep them safe. A virus as deadly as COVID-19 is different though and every day members worry Read More...

Stop The LA City Furloughs! Survey

  Make no mistake about it, we are facing a challenge like never before. The Mayor is proposing 26 days of furloughs. This amounts to approximately a 10% pay cut — this is Read More...

We Saved the $15 Minimum Wage

Years back, SEIU 721 fought tooth and nail for a $15 minimum wage in LA County and today we successfully protected our victory! Today, the LA County Board of Supervisors announced that they will not be voting to postpone this year’s increase for working people. SEIU 721 represents more than Read More...