And, post your pictures with the hashtag #sccountyincrisis
We’ve been standing strong behind our Negotiation Team to fight for the best contract possible that puts quality public services and investment in the workforce first.
Santa Clara County, meanwhile, has been busy:
- Interfering in union business
- Unilaterally eliminating alternate work hours as a form of retaliation.
- Singling out SEIU leaders with unfavorable reports after a unity break action involving hundreds of members.
- Demanding a doctor’s note without any evidence of misuse.
Come to the June 16 “County in Crisis” rally and cast your vote to authorize our Negotiating Team to seek a Strike Sanction from the South Bay Labor Council.
Sign the strike petition NOW:
“County in Crisis” Rally and Vote
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Vote from 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Rally @ 5:30 p.m.
70 W. Hedding St.
What does a strike sanction mean?
Before a union can strike, it must have the sanction (support) of its local labor allies.
Once a strike sanction is obtained, the Negotiating Team will then go back and seek a “strike authorization” vote from the membership.
Strike Sanction Vote: Questions & Answers
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