SEIU 1021 staff and member leaders are working hard to safeguard your health at work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to find employer-specific information, details, and documents to learn more about what’s happening in your worksite during this outbreak.
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Dangerous Double Standard: Solano County Administration Denies County Workers’ Request to Expand Telework Policy During COVID Surge, While Board of Supervisors Voted Unanimously to Work from Home
Amid the biggest COVID surge yet, Solano County workers asked Dr. Bela T. Matyas, the Health Officer/Deputy Director, to expand the county’s work-from-home policy from 2 days to 4 days in an effort to reduce exposure to the public and their coworkers–and they were denied. So, county workers were surprised and troubled to find out that the Board of Supervisors were adopting a resolution for themselves to physically distance and work from home.
Across Our Union, Members Are Speaking Out Against the Partisan, Wastefull Recall
Vote NO on the Recall and Return Your Ballot ASAP!
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In 2017 South Vallejo residents learned that VMT/ORCEM was appealing the city’s Planning Commission’s decision to block the corporation’s construction of a cement factory on the waterfront. Because it impacted the communities we serve and live in, our members held a community forum at our Fairfield union hall to learn about the cement factory’s impact on public health and learned about the cement making process’ potential to pollute the air and the bay.
It is time again, for us to elect new Chapter Officers. Below you will find the list of Officers positions as well as the details of the election process. If you have any questions about the process, please ask the Election Committee or refer to the Solano County Chapter Bylaws pdf link below. The Election Committee Members are: Elizabeth Harrison, Janice Allen & Carmen Cruz Bradshaw.
2 Members At Large
“We have to step up as voters and cast a vote for someone that will support the work we do in our community. And this is that election. said Akbar Bibb, who has been a Solano County social worker for 24 years.
Bay Area Elected Leaders Pledge Support for Working Families Against Billionaire-Backed Assault