WASHINGTON, D.C. — Service Employees International President Mary Kay Henry released the following statement on this weekend’s shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue: “Saturday’s deadly attack on Jewish people as they
We’re ready for November 6th. Are you? We need to stick together and vote together. Our message to politicians: You want our votes? We want our unions! Demand #UnionsForAll: seiu.org/UnionsForAll
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered its anti-worker decision in the long-awaited Janus v. AFSCME. The Court ruled 5-4 in favor of establishing a national so-called “Right to Work” for public employees, further
On Tuesday, January 2nd, Governor Malloy issued an executive order to change the structure of Connecticut’s only maximum-security hospital, Whiting Forensic Division. The order was signed, separating the Whiting Forensic
ATTENTION: Members of 1199 NE Connecticut/Rhode Island New England Health Care Employees Union/SEIU RE: GENERAL NOTICE NO. 2017-10 The following summarizes the substantive changes contained in the 2016-2021 Professional (Pl)
Home care consumers and workers gathered on March 29th to celebrate the formation of CT Home Care United, the first-ever union for Connecticut’s in-home care providers, a new division of District 1199, SEIU.
Our consumers support us because they know that by improving the standards of our jobs, we can reduce turnover and continue working together with them to improve the quality and accessibility of care. Watch this video clip to hear testimony from consumers and workers about the difference a union would make in their lives.
Personal care attendants in Connecticut are now ready to choose a union to advocate for our consumers and our families.