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Posts Tagged with "SEIU Local 1021"

BART Unions offer new proposal to get trains running Monday and end the strike

October 20, 2013

BART workers this evening delivered yet another offer to BART management aimed at ending the strike and getting the parties back into mediation to finish bargaining a contract. They insist on retaining work rules that protect their members from workplace accidents, like the one that occurred yesterday, and that safeguard the riding public during normal revenue hours.

BART unions shocked about collapse of negotiations

October 18, 2013

After telling the public that their main goal at the bargaining table was saving money to buy new trains, BART management blew up negotiations by insisting that employees sacrifice workplace protections in exchange for economic well-being. This was a poison pill for workers: Choose between your paycheck and your rights.

Stop retaliation, racism and bullying by principal of Martin Luther King Middle School

December 1, 2012

San Francisco teachers and staff of the Martin Luther King Middle School rallied in front of the San Francisco Hall of Justice on Nov. 27 to demand that San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón investigate and prosecute MLK Principal Natalie Eberhard and SFUSD Associate Superintendent Jeannie Pon, who is in charge of middle schools.

Labor supports Justice 4 Alan Blueford Nov. 10 march against racial profiling

November 10, 2012

ILWU Local 10 and SEIU Local 1021, two of the largest labor unions in the Bay Area, have pledged their support for the Justice 4 Alan Blueford campaign and the Nov. 10 march against racial profiling being organized with other Bay Area families victimized by police brutality. Join them at noon at Oscar Grant Plaza.

James Bryant of A. Philip Randolph Institute under scrutiny

March 16, 2009

James Bryant, president of the A. Philip Randolph Institute’s San Francisco chapter and chairperson of SEIU Local 1021′s political action committee, is the subject of a Los Angeles Times investigation into corruption, largely for taking funds from PG&E and Lennar.

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