Growing up as the oldest girl among 10 siblings in a large Catholic family in Detroit, Mary Kay Henry learned the power of collective action at an early age. Sometimes,
Service Employees International Union Workers Join Sen. Chris Murphy for Town Hall on the Impact of COVID-19 in Connecticut
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy held a virtual Town Hall meeting with Connecticut workers from the Service Employees International Union on Tuesday at 12:00PM to discuss the impact of coronavirus.
Earlier this week, members at Greater Bridgeport Mental Health Center, Connecticut Valley Hospital, and other facilities across the state were growing increasingly concerned about the lack of temperature screenings for
On March 13th 2020, SEBAC leaders met with Secretary Melissa McCaw from OPM and Undersecretary Fae Brown-Brewton from OLR to make sure that the perspectives of frontline workers are heard
To: Connecticut State Agencies From: The Office of Policy & Management and the Department of Administrative Services Date: March 4, 2020 Re: COVID 19-related personnel situations in state agencies In
Andrew John Puglisi’s group home is off a side street in Newington, just five minutes from where he grew up. On a recent day, as holiday decorations were going up
Three West Hartford nursing homes vote with a resounding “Yes” to join 1199 Caregivers at Hebrew Senior Care in West Hartford voted unanimously 26-0 in favor of joining the New
Monday, September 16th, the New England Health Care Employees Union, SEIU 1199NE, nursing home administrators, workers, residents, family members and policymakers held a press conference on protecting Connecticut’s nursing homes.
A home health aide for a 77-year-old man serves as social worker, diaper changer, dietitian, day planner, warden and more — all at dismal wages. The New York Times released