Una nueva agencia de nómina para proveedores de cuido doméstico fue contratada para sustituir a Allied Community Services, luego de una plaga de errores en el procesamiento de los cheques
A new payroll agency for home care providers will replace Allied Community Services, following a plague of paycheck processing errors that afflicted thousands of PCAs and HUSKY patients for years.
“We thank Governor Ned Lamont and his team for extending the Premium Assistance enrollment through April 7th. Union estimates show that 1,500 to 2,000 home care providers could benefit from
Long-term care workers – including group home workers, home care providers, and nursing home workers – held a press conference on Tuesday, February 7th in Hearing Room 1C of the
In anticipation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s upcoming holiday commemorations, Connecticut home care workers honor his legacy with a candlelight vigil at the State Capitol today. Personal Care Attendants
SEIU 1199NE recibió información de que los Centros de Servicios de Medicare y Medicaid (CMS) aprobaron los fondos federales necesarios para el contracto de Asistentes Domésticos Personales (PCA) en Connecticut.
SEIU 1199NE has learned that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved federal funding for the home care Personal Care Attendant (PCA) contract in Connecticut. This approval marks
‘Robin David: Connecticut’s home care workers need better wages and benefits’ Hartford Courant: OP-ED
Some nights I drive along Route 8 in Naugatuck close to midnight, headed to my client’s house. My job is to help Mr. West, who is elderly, live at home
Connecticut Home Care Providers Announce Meeting with Governor on Jobs with Liveable Wages, Health Insurance
Local home care providers with 1199NE SEIU shared an update today in their campaign to turn State-funded home care jobs into good jobs with health care, paid sick days, retirement,
Home Care Providers Arrested at Capitol as We Call on State to Provide Health Insurance, Living Wages, Paid Sick Days
Home care providers with SEIU 1199NE, supported by community and elected leaders including Reverend Josh Pawelek, shut down the intersection of Capitol Ave, Trinity St., Washington St., and Lafayette St.