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Unlock the power of your Union

June 21, 2022

Ever wanted to know more about what being a Union member means?

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Two minutes to make your Union stronger

June 16, 2022

Do you know County employees in any of these jobs? Facilities Management (such as Maintenance, Plumber, Electrician), Fleet Services (Technicians and Drivers), Emergency Services, Public Works or Wastewater Management

Two minutes to make your Union stronger

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June 13, 2022

Include all eligible County workers in bilingual-pay increase

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Member Resources See All

Strike Fund

A strike fund makes it possible to assist each other financially during a strike.

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Strike Fund

Coronavirus-related bargaining unit updates

Updates regarding all bargaining units around COVID-19 based changes.

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Coronavirus-related bargaining unit updates

Budget a milestone for County workers, residents, equity and racial justice

Supervisors voted unanimously to approve the County of San Diego Fiscal Year 2021-'22 Budget in June.

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Budget a milestone for County workers, residents, equity and racial justice

Together We Rise

SEIU Local 221, which represents more than 12,000 workers in San Diego and Imperial county, is a diverse, member-driven organization working in many occupations to make our counties a safe and healthy place to live, work and raise our families. We nurse our sick, educate our children, care for our seniors and provide a host of other important services throughout our communities.

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SEIU members are united across race, religion, industry and geography to improve our jobs and our communities.

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Politics

Hold politicians accountable to working families. We can only do that if we stand together.

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Employers

We represent employees in San Diego and Imperial counties who work for county, local city governments, clinics and school districts, as well as Head Start.

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Representation

The Advocacy Center is available at (858) 268-7020. It includes a network of stewards and provides representation during discipline hearings, training and contract enforcement.

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Stewards

As frontline leaders at the worksite, we are problem solvers, educators, and communicators. And, most importantly, we are organizers.

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