Former SEIU Members Discover The Power Of A Member-Led Union

by May 25, 2010
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Here is encouraging news for SEIU members (and fee-payers) who are frustrated by a lack of support from their union: The story of one group of workers who ended their relationship with SEIU and discovered the power of a member-led union.

Rejected by Health Care Workers, SEIU Accused of Collusion with Management

by May 24, 2010
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The LA Times has reported on an upcoming labor election at USC University Hospital in Los Angeles, describing it as highlighting “a deep rift in the labor movement” – a rift that will be familiar to many workers represented by SEIU. Last year, health care workers at USC rejected SEIU – described as “autocratic and […] Read more »

One State Worker's Story and SEIU's Lack of Support

by May 15, 2010
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When management ignores the rights of workers, members turn to their union. In the case of SEIU members, the response they get can be no response at all. This is the story of one California state worker who asked SEIU for help and never received a response.

State Worker Details SEIU's Shoddy Representation

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What happens to California State Employees when they really need their union’s support? One California state employee turned to SEIU for help responding to flimsy charges in an Adverse Action. But when the union sent an attorney to defend him, SEIU’s expert undermined his case instead.

SEIU: "Gaping Budget Deficits and Massive Underfunding of Pensions"

by May 6, 2010
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A recent feature in by F. Vincent Vernuccio in the Washington Times noted the financial mismanagement within SEIU under the leadership of Andy Stearn. Andy Stern’s debts: SEIU leader swims away while his organization sinks By F. Vincent Vernuccio Purple may be the official color of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), but Andy Stern […] Read more »

SEIU: Mary Kay Henry to Succeed Andy Stern

by April 30, 2010
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On April 27, 2010, The New York Times reported that Mary Kay Henry would replace outgoing SEIU President Andy Stern: Mary Kay Henry leads the health care division of the Service Employees International Union a powerful force in politics as well as in labor. Top union officials announced in late April that Ms. Henry has […] Read more »

SEIU: “Illegal Forced Dues and Money for Politics”

by April 25, 2010
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National Right to Work Foundation attorneys assist home-based personal care providers pushed into union’s forced-dues ranks against their will. From The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation — a “nonprofit, charitable organization providing free legal aid to employees whose human or civil rights have been violated by compulsory unionism abuses.” Gov. […] Read more »

SEIU: Andy Stern, The Man Who Lost His Way

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The reasons for Stern’s resignation as SEIU president are unclear. His troubled legacy isn’t. In a recent article for Working: In These Times, Stephen Franklin writes about Andy Stern’s troubled tenure at the helm of SEIU and asks “What went wrong?” Here’s an excerpt from Stephen Franklin’s story: He could have been the Walter Reuther organized […] Read more »

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