What is your vision for your Union?
September 27, 2022
Fill out the member survey by going to seiu221.org/survey
Fill out the member survey by going to seiu221.org/survey
Union members at San Diego Housing Commission vote 'yes,' next comes board, council approval
SEIU Local 221’s annual membership meeting is 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.
Add your idea for our next fight. Our organizing team will follow up with you to discuss
Join us from noon to 1 p.m. Friday to ask questions and find out specifics about the Union-won raise that we should see in Friday's paychecks!
Call San Diego Council Members to demand a fair contract
Join your fellow Union members at the San Diego Pride Parade where we will be celebrating "Justice with Joy"
We are pleased to confirm the Board of Supervisors officially approved our three-year agreement with the County this week and it is in effect.
We need to attract and retain experienced staff to do vital work at SDHC like addressing the homelessness crisis.
Ever wanted to know more about what being a Union member means?
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
Include all eligible County workers in bilingual-pay increase
We need a Protective Service Worker compaction adjustment - anyone can sign on to support this change
Your union closely examined the records and platforms of these candidates. On the issues that matter most – healthcare, retirement, job security – they are the best choice to support working families
The final steps in the process are approval by the Board of Supervisors, scheduled to begin Tuesday, June 14, with a second reading June 28
Union-won benefit at Episcopal Community Services will continue until the end of June, and Union Stewards will meet with management about extending it if gas prices stay high.
Deliver Unfair Labor Practice Strike Authorization notice
Your Bargaining Team unanimously recommends a 'yes' vote on our tentative agreement with the County
Your Bargaining Team unanimously came to a tentative agreement with the County on May 19
Tuesday's Contract Action Team meeting had so many people that Zoom couldn’t accommodate everyone
Contract Action Team Meeting (hybrid) 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17
On Tuesday morning we were a huge presence at the Board of Supervisors and our message was clear: a strong contract starts with "More than 4."
Thursday night's Contract Action Team Meeting was powerful
Saturday's Super Rally lived up to its name
Vote for SEIU-endorsed candidate R.W. “Bob” Goodchild for SDCERA Board of Retirement this week when the Registrar of Voters ballots should arrive for all SDCERA members in interoffice mail.
Thursday night’s Contract Action Team meeting was the biggest Zoom turnout in our Union’s history!
We must be united to ensure that the County respects us, protects us and pays us
The San Diego County Supervisors couldn't miss us on Tuesday
Thousands of child care teachers and providers from across the country are coming together to make our voices heard.
For six months our fellow Union members at MAAC have been fighting for a fair contract.
How will you support a strong contract?
Your Bargaining Team is coming out strong! Thursday, our team presented an ambitious proposal to County senior management that reflects our value to the County and our communities.
Our Bargaining Team is only as strong as our membership! Make a plan to join your worksite Unity Rally this week - in-person or online. If you need info contact CountyContract@seiu221.org
SEIU members from across the county, backed by a sea of SEIU members in the audience, stood before the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to testify about our struggles and the need for a strong contract that address the neglect of our workforce for a generation. We also brought thousands of petitions supporting a strong contract and our Bargaining Team.
Our union family includes thousands of working people who have deep ties to Ukraine and painful memories of still-recent conflict and hardship
For those who joined SEIU Unity Day, there was a preview of what’s going on at the Bargaining Table.
Join us starting at 9 a.m. March 5 at Teralta Park for SEIU Unity Day. Add your 'strong contract goals' stay for tacos and a Union T-shirt or just drive by.
We now have had five bargaining sessions with the County, and we are pleased to share that they have all been productive so far.
Board votes to add SEIU Local 221's Crystal Irving as IEB member
Congratulations to all SEIU MEA National City represented employees!
San Diego County adds holiday after SEIU advocacy
Iris Trammel, President of the African American Action Committee, talks about added County holiday, Juneteenth celebration and upcoming meeting with Supervisors
Learn about the impacts of privatization through a racial justice lens - Feb. 10
SEIU Nurse Alliance launches on-demand education library
Are you ready for a County contract that reflects our hard work and dedication. All County members should sign up for the Virtual County Contract Bargaining Kickoff Meeting next week to learn about San Diego County Bargaining.
Can you get disciplined for speaking Spanish in the workplace in 2021? Sadly, the answer to that question was 'yes' until SEIU members got involved.
SEIU Local 221’s annual membership meeting is 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 16. We will have discussions and updates on winning for our members and working families, what’s at stake and our plan to win better contracts.
Thanks to all who attended the San Diego Contract Campaign Bargaining launch meeting. We are fired up to negotiate a contract that rewards hard-working employees who provide vital services to our communities.
More than 40 Organizing Committees have been meeting to prepare for the 2022 San Diego Contract Campaign since early spring. Now our County campaign is entering a new stage. Join us Sept. 16 and learn about how the Bargaining Team will fight to win a strong San Diego County contract, how to join the Bargaining Team and what's next in our campaign.
In the August paycheck, we should receive San Diego County COVID-19 compensation in one of the following categories: hazard pay ranging from $1,500 to $2,500 or teleworking payments of $750.
After a year of work in the streets, at the Board of Supervisors and at the bargaining table, the SEIU hazard pay bargaining team has finalized the COVID-19 Compensation Framework with the County.
Supervisors voted unanimously to approve the County of San Diego Fiscal Year 2021-’22 Budget on June 29.
On May 6, the County Chief Administrative Officer released the proposed $7 billion San Diego County 2021-22 Fiscal Year Budget.
Coronavirus-related bargaining updates.