LA County Contract 2022 HQ
Fight for the Frontline
We, the essential workers of LA County, are the frontline that nearly 11 million people rely on to keep everything functioning – street services, healthcare, social services, public safety, libraries, parks and recreation, marriage licenses and birth certificates…all of it!
We proved our heroism throughout the pandemic. But LA County management still wants to reward us by privatizing as many of our jobs as they can and paying us as little as they can.
We either take a stand or we get taken for granted.
Management at LA County is not going to give us a good contract without a fight.
It’s up to us to build on that momentum to get a strong contract in 2022.
Here’s what you can do now to help us win a strong contract in 2022:
Fight for the Frontline March in DTLA on 3/31/22
Join us on Thursday, March 31st at 10AM for what may very well be the biggest SEIU 721 union march in history.
Put in your time off request NOW! All time off requests should be for the entire day.
We’ll follow up with info on the nearest union bus pick-up time and location when your RSVP.
You will not want to miss this monumental march!
What We’re Fighting for in 2022 — Our Bargaining Priorities
FIGHTING FOR RAISES THAT KEEP UP WITH SKYROCKETING INFLATION
A General Salary Increase in 2022 that reflects the rising cost of living in Los Angeles and record-high inflation.
STOPPING LA COUNTY’S EFFORTS TO PRIVATIZE GOOD UNION JOBS
Pushing the County to fill vacant positions instead of contracting them out, creating promotional opportunities for workers, and protecting SEIU 721 members’ jobs from corporate job killers.
PROTECTING OUR HARD-EARNED MEDICAL AND DENTAL BENEFITS
Full Coverage of HMO Medical and Dental with No Employee Cost.
WINNING INCREASED ELDER AND CHILDCARE SUBSIDIES
Caring for family by enhancing childcare and eldercare subsidies, and expanding Paid Leave to care for children and dependents.
LA County’s Salary Offer: 2% per year and NO pay increase until NEXT October?!
You’re not going to believe LA County’s infuriating salary offer — 2% per year and NO pay increase until next October.
We showed LA County who has the 💜 for this contract fight!
In February, LA County members showed up in big numbers from hundreds of worksites during Valentine’s Day festivities to express our love for our union – AND our desire to fight hard for a strong.Read more
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