San Joaquin County
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San Joaquin County Bargaining Team Updates
Remember to write your letter to management and submit by Tuesday, August 16!
Your bargaining team needs you! Could you take a few minutes to write management about how low wages have impacted you & your family? Go here to send a message!
Our contract with San Joaquin County expires on October 20, 2022.
Your Bargaining Team needs you! We have told the county how they are having difficulty recruiting and retaining employees. We cannot tell your hardships. Only you can. We need each member to write a paragraph or two (or more if needed) about how the low wages have impacted you and your family. It is essential that you include your name and job title. We need to emphasize to the county that they can only solve this problem; they need to know that you are more than just workers; you are people who have financial responsibilities and are part of the community.
Our contract with the San Joaquin County Expires on October 20, 2022, and a New Bargaining Team has been elected. The Bargaining Team will work with SEIU staff to bargain a new contract with County management. The Bargaining Team’s job will include: Bargaining and making decisions at the negotiations table and working with the Contract Action Team to ensure strong activity at the worksites to support the bargaining.
1021 Workers at the San Joaquin County Public Works Chapter know that a good pair of boots makes or breaks the job. The goal of the Department of Public Works is to provide quality service to the community and to enhance the public’s quality of life by protecting their investment in the County’s. As part of the bargaining process, the Public Works Chapter has continually fought for the highest-quality boots possible. Our members work in underground facilities, on roadways, across bridges, and in waste facilities.
As we gear up for another round of bargaining later in the year, we scored a significant victory for San Joaquin County chapter workers. At the January 11, 2022 meeting of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, it was approved that there would be a one-time COVID-19 payment for qualifying employees, totaling up to $1,000 each.
The payment will be included on your February 18, 2022 paycheck.
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