President’s Message on Legislative Session

April 9, 2021 We are called to action in this moment, and how we respond will impact you, your family, your coworkers and every worker employed long after you retire. Florida Senate Bills 78, 84 and 1014...

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In Memory of Terrance Holland

April 7, 2021 Mr. Terrance Holland, an employee with the City of Riviera Beach for eight years, was a Water and Sewer Maintenance Mechanic with the Utility Special District. Mr. Holland left this life...

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The Union Leadership Academy

February 28, 2021 If you are looking to develop and refine your skills as a union leader at SEIU Florida Public Services Union please register now for the Union Leadership Academy. Our extended training...

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Workers Are at the Table in Florida Politics Like Never Before

February 25, 2021 SEIU-FPSU President Alphonso Mayfield has been named Vice Chair of the Florida Democratic Party. Politics in Florida have long been brutal for working families, especially people of color....

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Palm Beach County Municipal Election Endorsements

February 22, 2021 It’s time to get out the vote in Palm Beach County for our communities and the members of SEIU Florida Public Services Union. With municipal elections quickly approaching in Boca...

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A Slap in the Face to Adjuncts Like Me

January 30, 2021 Terrie Lee • SPC Adjunct and Union Member After more than a year of bargaining between adjunct faculty and the St Petersburg college administration, our first collective bargaining...

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The St Petersburg College Board of Trustees Has Rejected Our Contract

January 27, 2021 In a stunning move the St Petersburg College Board of Trustees voted today in defiance of their own administration to oppose the collective bargaining agreement backed resoundingly by...

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Threats of Political Violence as Americans Prepare for Inauguration

January 14, 2021 The 2020 U.S. election cycle is unprecedented in many ways. In addition to taking place amidst a global pandemic, the U.S. entered this election cycle in a bitterly partisan landscape where...

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Our Story is Your Story

January 14, 2021 Our union was born out of the civil rights movement in one of the most hostile states for workers to organize in the country. In 1968 a dedicated group of St Petersburg sanitation workers...

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20k Workers and Their Families Can Change the World

December 30, 2020 2020 has been a year of hardship and challenge unlike any of us have seen before. We have lost friends, loved ones, and much of life as we knew it before Coronavirus. We have lived through...

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