Your Vote Is Your Power — 3 Days of Action

This year the annual International Latino Caucus Latino Heritage Celebration will very different. With a worldwide pandemic raging on in the middle of the biggest election season in modern history — the number Read More...

Our Statement on the Mayor’s Instructions for Fiscal Restraint

Below is the official statement from SEIU 721 President Bob Schoonover in response to LA Mayor’s Memo RE: Fiscal Year 2020-21 Instructions for Fiscal Restraint: “While we understand that the City must begin to prepare for the worst-case scenario, it’s important to remember that no concrete 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...

Take the Union Pride LGBTQ+ Survey

In case you missed it, the United States Supreme Court affirmed on Pride Month that an employer cannot fire a person because of their sexual orientation or gender identity! The 6-3 decision in the Bostock v. Clay County case represents a landmark victory for all LGBTQ+ 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...