Members from SEIU 721 join other SEIU local at the capitol to Lobby for a state budget that protects vital county services for all Californians!
After 5 weeks of voting at worksites throughout the County and the Inland Regional Office, Riverside County members emphatically authorized an escalation up to and including a strike with a 98% yes vote! Member leaders conducted the final ballot count at the Inland Regional office on Thursday, May 25th with … Read More
As taxpayers throughout the County race to meet their tax obligations on Tax Day, Riverside County SEIU Local 721 and community advocates gathered on the steps of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors for a press conference to condemn the up to $119 million in taxpayer waste by the County … Read More
Riverside County workers are standing up against unsafe working conditions and they are being heard! Listen to #KPFK radio coverage of dangerous working conditions for Riverside County Workers. #RivCoCares
In response to the increasingly dangerous working conditions that have been continually ignored by Riverside County management, Riverside County SEIU 721 members have begun participating in three self-defense classes this week at worksites across the County to equip members with the skills needed to stay safe on the job. read … Read More
Riverside County employees have been attacked while on the job at the Hospital, clinics, inside the jails and other locations. It should not take multiple group grievances against the County for them to finally value the lives of County frontline workers and correct the chronic security breaches across facilities! Every … Read More
SEIU Local 721 members delivered thousands of signed petitions to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors on March 21st to highlight how the County is prioritizing sweetheart consulting contracts totaling almost $50 million while patient wait times at Emergency Rooms and health clinics skyrocket, vulnerable foster children get less high-quality … Read More
Congressman Ed Royce is hiding from his constituents. He voted to gut the country’s healthcare system without having a better plan to replace it. So, SEIU 721, and the residents of the 39th Congressional District – whose taxes pay his salary – held a candlelight vigil on his doorstep to … Read More
This year for the first time in the almost 90 year history of the Oscars a film with an all black cast won Best Picture. Moonlight’s win signifies a change in not only the film industry but American culture and awareness. 2017 marked the first time an African American was … Read More
The state of our union is – we’re under attack – but we’re fighting back! And when we fight, we win! This is true not just in Washington, D.C., but here, on the front lines, at home. #Riverside #SanBernardino
We co-hosted a “Yard Sale for Healthcare!” with Rep. Steve Knight to kick-start his fundraising efforts to replace the $20 billion California will lose now that Congress has voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act without replacing it. Patients, healthcare providers, and advocates delivered the invoice to Rep. Knight’s Palmdale … Read More
Following reports of physical attacks on care providers and bricks being thrown through windows at the Riverside County Hemet Clinic, SEIU Local 721 hosted a self-defense course for Riverside County workers. Workers are not waiting around for the County to value their lives, they’re learning how defend and protect themselves! … Read More
We were pretty busy in 2016, but if there is one thing we proven it’s that when we fight Together We Win! Join us in 2017! www.facebook.com/seiu721 www.seiu721.org
Natalia is proud to be a Trans-Latina who uses her education for the benefit of her community. Sadly, Los Angeles LGBT Center CEO Lorri L. Jean doesn’t value Natalia, or her fellow other frontline workers. Take action now! www.EqualityNotPoverty.org
Our Union bargains contracts, wins grievances, and empowers workers like Lorena Ramirez to change the world. Last year, SEIU 721 helped Lorena apply for citizenship. This year, she raised her right hand, and took her oath. On Election Day—as a brand new US citizen—Lorena will make her voice heard! Join … Read More
By a 6 to 1 margin Los Angeles LGBT Center workers vote to escalate their fight against poverty wages up to and including a strike. Join Us! www.EqualityNotPoverty.org
When SEIU 721 members fight back together against bullying, they win! Bullying elements have been addressed or removed at Olive View-UCLA, LAC+USC, High Desert, and Mid Valley!
SEIU 721’s Secretary Lillian Cabral energizes the crowd as she shares our Local’s innovative approach in our Health Division in forming labor-management teams that deliver a culture change that helps us deliver quality public whole-person care to the communities we serve
DHS Health Professionals sounded the alarm on the bullying crisis at LA County DHS and we’ve been successful in leading DHS Chief Mitch Katz to work with us to end the bullying crisis once and for all! This is only the beginning, let’s keep the momentum and continue speaking out … Read More
Yolanda Wright has been an L.A. County Library Aide since 2007. Library Aides and Pages earn minimum wage. In 2015, the Fight For $15 inspired her to join her Contract Bargaining Team. A proud member of SEIU Local 721, she will earn a livable wage of $16/hr, and can count … Read More
On April 4, 2016, working families across the Golden State celebrated the signing of Senate Bill 3, which established the first statewide pathway to a $15 minimum wage in the United States. This historic legislation will lift California’s working families out of poverty, and transform the lives of the 6.5 … Read More
On Monday, April 4, 2016, California Governor Jerry Brown, signed the nation’s first statewide $15/hr minimum wage into law, giving 5.6 million workers a raise! Our unified voice as working people made this happen! This is how WE won $15/hr: In 2013, FIGHT FOR $15 workers in the Golden State … Read More
SEIU 721 San Bernardino Superior Court members rallied on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016, to demand CEO Christina Volkers to INVEST in OUR COMMUNITY.