United, formed by a combination of coalition of people similarly situated, a consolidated body of employees, all of these can be used to define a Union.
An organization of employees formed to bargain with an employer, following the guiding principle that by working collectively, more can be accomplished. Today’s Unions are no different, and are certainly no less needed.
On August 18th, 2011 President Goodwin and the International staff held the first over OPEIU Nurses’ Council seminar in Seattle Washington.
Over sixty nurses and licensed vocational nurses from around the country represented their constituencies at this seminar. The OPEIU International union represents nurses around the country.
The members of Local 30 have re-elected their leadership team to continue the work of leading their Union through 2014.
From well attended membership meetings in July where nominations for officers were held, through the election process in August and September, the message was loud and clear; Local 30 members approve of the jobs their leaders are doing
In recognition of the vital role environmental service workers play, Kaiser Permanente San Diego recognized EVS workers
during the week of September 13th – 17th.
The third week of September is known as National Environmental Services Week.
Today, the San Diego City Council overrode Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s veto and OFFICIALLY PASSED THE EARNED SICK DAYS AND MINIMUM WAGE ORDINANCE! Their override means that the Earned Sick Leave-Minimum Wage is once again in place to help hardworking San Diegans who struggle to pay the rent and buy groceries.
However, our fight continues, opponents representing a small handful of special interests have announced that they are prepared to spend what it takes to repeal the law. They will be in front of grocery stores and other areas in the city attempting to collect 34,000 signatures to repeal the law.
To push back against this brazen attack against hard working San Diegans we need your help! Council President Todd Gloria, Irwin Jacobs, Mel Katz, Bill Walton and Barbara Bry kicked off the citywide campaign, simply called “Don’t Sign It,” to defeat the referendum against the ordinance.
Today, City Council stood up for 280,000 San Diegans who lack sick leave and nearly 200,000 low-wage workers who work hard every day and can’t afford rent and groceries, now its time to do our part.
Here's what you can do:
Click here to take the pledge to protect the Earned Sick Leave-Minimum Wage Ordinance.
Also, please download this “Don’t Sign It” image (right click + save image). Please post it on social media and print it out and hang it for all to see.
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