PBCSD Driver Referral Bonus

August 4, 2022 Your Union has negotiated a School Bus Driver Referral Benefit that can add an additional $5,000 Per Fiscal year for you. Most employees can earn a $500 bonus for each external applicant,...

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SEIU FPSU Executive Board Election

July 22, 2022 In accordance with SEIU FPSU’s Constitution and ByLaws, the Notice of Nominations begins no later than July 22nd and will end on close of business on August 12th. Nomination Form...

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SSC Part Time Faculty Voted to Ratify 6% Wage Increase

July 22, 2022 Faculty voted overwhelmingly to support their Member-Led Bargaining Committee Seminole State College Part Time Faculty and SEIU Florida Public Services Union members have ratified their...

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President Mayfield Statement on Roe v Wade

June 24, 2022 We Wont Go Back “Today is a grim day in the history of the United States as the Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade taking away women’s fundamental right to abortion,...

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SEIU Florida 2022 Endorsement Roll Out

June 24, 2022 SEIU Florida Announces Support for Charlie Crist and Val Demings with 2022 Endorsement Roll-Out Statewide Candidates Charlie Crist (Florida Governor) Val Demings (U.S. Senate) Aramis Ayala...

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Support Pro-worker Candidates in Palm Beach County

February 21, 2022 While we work hard together at the bargaining table to raise the bar in our workplace, community-wide issues require our union to work outside the context of our collective bargaining...

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Some St. Petersburg City Workers Say They Can’t Afford Their City

February 14, 2022 Some of the city’s lowest-paid workers say they can’t afford the city they serve. Ron Overing is one of them. He cares for his ill parents, and last spring they had to move out of the...

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City Workers Vote for Impasse in Wage Dispute

February 4, 2022 More than 200 employees joined last night’s emergency bargaining council and voted to reject the city’s current offer. Last night’s Emergency Bargaining Council was...

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US Unions and Companies Condemn Election Fraud ‘Falsehood’ on January 6 Anniversary

January 6, 2022 One of Washington’s top business groups condemned those perpetuating “the falsehood of an illegitimate 2020 presidential election” as the anniversary of last year’s violence at the...

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Adjunct Professors Deserve Better Pay and Benefits

September 7, 2021 For nearly 20 years, Sally Bartlett has taught English composition as an adjunct professor. She has a love for language and continues her work to help teach the next generation about the...

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