Retired Members

Retired members of SEIU Local 1021 participate in the Retiree Council and/or their Retiree chapters.

Alameda County Retired Employees (ACRE)
East Bay Retiree Chapter
West Bay Retiree Chapter
SEIU 1021 Retiree Council

Retiree Council meeting dates

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SEIU 1021 CONVENTION 2015 Oakland Airport Hilton, September 26-27 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS For the latest updates, go to: The convention will be a transformative event, where members will gain greater clarity, energy, motivation and direction to step more fully …

San Francisco: City workers halt vote to invest their pensions in risky hedge funds

San Francisco city workers mobilized last week and delayed the city’s retirement board yet again from handing over their pension fund to corporate speculators, keeping alive the hope of stopping the transfer once and for all.

East Bay Retirees Chapter Meeting

The next East Bay Retirees Chapter Meeting will be held on Thursday, December 5, 2013 Time:  12 noon – 3 pm Location: 100 Oak Street, Oakland, CA Willie Gholar Conference Room, First Floor The Union Office will be closed on Thursday and …

SEIU 1021 Strikes Back … Without Going On Strike

With BART and the cities of Oakland and now Hayward going on strikes this summer, Local 1021 has been making national headlines by taking a stand against the politics of austerity that are destroying our communities to enrich a few. …

About SEIU 1021

SEIU Local 1021 Communications Dept.

Announcement: Local 1021 Executive Board Position and Selection Committee Opportunity

We’re seeking an interested active member for appointment to our Executive Board and for volunteers to be on the selection committee. In the recent SEIU 1021 Local Executive Board election, there were no candidates for the second Budget and Finance …

Pension-Cutting Plan Met with Criticism from Working Californians

Local 1021 Political Action Chair Alysabeth Alexander: “Pension reform is the product of collaboration between workers and lawmakers — not a unilateral mandate.”