COVID-19: Stay Calm, United & Informed

The full effects of the Coronavirus pandemic have yet to be felt, but many SEIU 721 members are already being impacted. Our union is hard at work ensuring that members’ health and safety needs are given full and complete consideration as we continue to work with employers and local governments to help control the spread of COVID-19. This page will be updated regularly to inform SEIU 721 members of major developments and policy changes.

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LA County members confront the Board of Supervisors to demand Heroes Pay for All - After all the dedication and sacrifices we – the essential workers of LA County – made during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Supervisors wants to reward us with a slap in the face by adopting a budget with ZERO meaningful investment in us. Worst of all, LA County is … Read More
Remind the LA County CEO: “We Deserve Heroes Pay for All!” - The new fiscal year may not start until July 1, 2021. But already, Fesia Davenport – the LA County’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – is putting the finishing touches on her proposed county budget. We cannot leave anything to chance. We must remind the CEO who kept LA County together … Read More

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Preventative Measures Save Lives

We must all do our part to stop the spread of novel coronavirus. SEIU 721 strongly encourages all members to take every precaution to limit the transmission of COVID-19 in our communities, including following the State of California’s “Shelter at Home” guidelines, practicing social distancing of at least six feet, and frequent hand washing.

Watch the video below to see SEIU 721 Registered Nurses Terri Thompson and Fiona Henlon demonstrate proper hand washing techniques as outlined by the World Health Organization.

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, SEIU 721 worksite organizers and staff are working remotely for the duration of the state’s “Safer at Home” ordinance.

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