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Jul 12, 2017
Healthcare Workers, Members of 1199SEIU, to Picket Jewish Home of Central New York Required 10-Day Notice Delivered Late Last Week Date:…
Jul 7, 2017
We are nurses in New York’s Hudson Valley who have been personally touched by the opioid epidemic besieging our communities.
Jul 6, 2017
We are shocked by the senseless and horrific shooting that occurred at Bronx Lebanon Hospital on Friday. The mass shooting took the life of…
Jul 6, 2017
Healthcare Workers at The Grand at Pawling To Picket Nursing Home on Thursday, July 6 Below market union wages, unaffordable health benefits…
Jul 6, 2017
1199SEIU healthcare workers have announced their endorsements in local 2017 election races across New York State.
Jul 5, 2017
Anthony Rodgers Wright is an activist and policy director for the national nonprofit Environmental Action. He has presented the case for…
Jul 5, 2017
U. S. Census Bureau statistics indicate that one in five Americans is a person with a disability. Historically these persons have suffered…
Jul 5, 2017
A relieved group of 1199SEIU members at Hudson Park Nursing Home in Albany, NY unanimously ratified a collective bargaining agreement in…
Jul 5, 2017
In the wee hours of June 23, some 270 members at three New Jersey nursing homes settled a hard-won contract settlement and averted a one-day…
Jun 30, 2017
The Human Rights Campaign & the National LGBTQ Task Force 1199SEIU represents workers at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the National…

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