San Francisco General Hospital (Healthcare)
Join us at 49 S. Van Ness Ave. Tues. 2/27 at 12 p.m.
No contract, no peace! Let's keep the pressure on!
Wow–we did that! SEIU 1021 San Francisco City and County members turned out in force January 17 at City Hall and again last Friday, February 16, at SF General Hospital. We were over 500 members strong Friday–and DPH heard us loud and clear.
We were united and our message was powerful: To provide the quality public services SF residents and visitors need, the City MUST fill its vacant positions and STOP wasteful contracting out.
Takeaways are still on the table. That means we have to keep the pressure on.
Over 500 San Francisco city workers rally against outsourcing at SF General Hospital
Amidst the City’s rejection of their latest demands to stop wasteful contracting out, city workers came together to say: “We don’t want to go on strike, but all options are on the table.”
Last Friday, February 16, over 500 San Francisco city workers represented by SEIU 1021, IFPTE Local 21, and other unions rallied outside of San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center to shed light on the dangerous impacts of understaffing. In bargaining with unions, the City administration has recently rejected demands to prevent wasteful spending on contracting out.
SF Department of Public Health members speak out against budget cuts & contracting out at Health Commission meeting
Members pointed out that DPH's current approach to staffing is dangerous and not cost-effective
Tuesday, February 6, SEIU 1021 members who work for the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH) attended the monthly Health Commission meeting as DPH Chief Financial Officer Jenny Louie presented a budget proposal for fiscal years 24-25 and 25-26. To meet Mayor London Breed’s request for all City departments to cut their budgets by 10%, the budget proposal focuses on eliminating vacant positions and further contracting out.
Thousands of San Francisco City Workers Rally to Protect Public Services as Contract Negotiations Begin
In light of last summer’s PERB ruling that the SF City Charter cannot prohibit strikes, City workers are gearing up to do whatever necessary to protect the critical services they provide
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SEIU 1021 members share their stories from the frontlines of SF’s drug addiction & overdose crisis on KQED Forum
Audrey Fisher, RN, and Claudia Mendez, behavioral health clinician, talk problems & solutions
December 21, 2023, SEIU 1021 members at the City and County of San Francisco were invited to share their experiences and perspectives working on the frontlines of the addiction and overdose crisis as part of an hour-long panel on the KQED Forum radio show.
WAITLIST: San Francisco Unity Event – Jan. 26, 2024
Join us to celebrate our hard work together in 2023
It’s that time of year! Join your fellow San Francisco region SEIU 1021 members for food, drinks, music and dancing, raffles, awards, and gift bags with the coolest SEIU 1021 swag (supplies are limited–first come, first served).
When: Friday, Jan. 26, 2024, 6-10 p.m.
Where: Hilton Union Square, 333 O’Farrell St.
Members may bring one guest — please indicate below if you plan to bring a guest, as attendance is capped at 400.
No Hate in Healthcare
Nurses Condemn U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Rule Enabling Discrimination in Healthcare Services
Today nurses, joined by community allies, gathered in front of SF General Hospital’s historic Ward 86—the first dedicated AIDS clinic in the country—to speak out against the Trump Administration’s “conscience in healthcare” rule. The rule allows healthcare providers, insurance companies, hospitals and pharmacies to refuse healthcare based on personal beliefs.