Strike Ends: Court Workers Reach Tentative Agreement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 21, 2016
Contact: Khanh Weinberg, (408) 921-0098, Khanh.weinberg@seiu521.org

Strike Ends: Court Workers Reach Tentative Agreement
Santa Cruz County Superior Court workers will be back at work Tuesday morning

Santa Cruz, Calif. – Santa Cruz County Superior Court workers reached a tentative agreement with the Court late Monday and will be back at work Tuesday morning following a two-day strike that began Friday, Nov. 18.

Workers and management had agreed to meet on Monday in the hopes of coming to an agreement so that services for the public could be resumed. Represented by Service Employees International Union Local 521, union members will be scheduling a vote on the contract in the next 24 hours.

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Service Employees International Union, Local 521 represents 40,000 public- and nonprofit, private-sector workers in the California’s central Bay Area region and in the Central Valley. Under a Community First vision, we are committed to making sure the needs of our community, and the vital services we provide our community, come first. We believe our communities thrive when residents, leaders and workers recognize that we are all in this together when it comes to our safety, health, and well-being.

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