The Member Leadership Development Program in partnership with Los Angeles Trade Tech College Labor Center is working to provided Steward Leaders with the opportunity to...
The state's Judicial Council today told Californians that budget shortfalls require keeping our state's halls of justice closed to the children, families and businesses that are counting on them.
Social workers and SEIU staff met with DCFS Director Trish Ploehn Jan. 20 to discuss recommendations to improve child welfare, working conditions and department operations
Jan. 28 - Change to WinMore than 300 SEIU 721 members met for an all-day training session on the economy and planned to work for...
On the eve of an expected Thursday decision on whether courts across the state will remain closed to the public one day each month, approximately 100 court employees represented by SEIU Local 721 gathered outside Metropolitan courthouse in Los Angeles.
Drawing from the same playbook as last year, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's budget proposal would undercut California residents struggling to hang on during the economic downturn.
SEIU 721 members persevered through rainy streets to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy at the 25th Kingdom Day Parade in Los Angeles on Jan....
By Melinda CarterRadiology TechnicianI work at Martin Luther King-MACC. I began my service there in 1985 in emergency radiology working the 4 p.m. to 12...
LA County is changing its payroll system.  The new "eHR" payroll system will be implemented with the April 30 payday.  The SEIU 721 Bargaining...
SEIU Local 721 delivered testimony to the LA County Board of Supervisors today, urging them to invest in desperately needed community health services in South Los Angeles.
SEIU members in mental health continue to surface issues that could impact clients negatively and we're helping to resolve these issues.