SEIU Local 1107
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FOR MEMBERS - Apply for the SEIU 1107 Academic Scholarship!

To apply for the SEIU Local 1107 2024-2025 Academic Scholarship, please complete the application and submit all required materials via email to scholarship@seiunv.org on or before 5 p.m. July 26, 2024. No applications will be considered after that date. Six (6) scholarship winners will be notified the week of July 29, 2024, by the Scholarship Committee Chair.

Verification of college enrollment/training program will be required before the award is mailed to the college, university or training institution. Scholarship funds must be applied toward tuition, fees and other appropriate educational expenses.

Scholarship winners will be acknowledged on August 3, 2024, at our Back-To-School & Scholarship Event (Location to be determined).

Attend our SEIU African American Caucus Membership Meetings!

The National African American Caucus of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is committed to enhancing opportunities for education, training mentor-ship, leadership development and networking for SEIU members and staff of African descent.

We further engage to promote social, economic and political justice within our workplace, our communities, our nation and within our union.

We shall further encourage our members to actively engage in efforts to organize the unorganized and to fully participate in the development and implementation of labor's political agenda and programs.

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Nevada's Health Care, Home Care, and Public Workers

United For Quality Services

We're Stronger Together

SEIU Local 1107 is the largest union for health care and public employees in Nevada. Together, we're building power to protect quality public services and raise standards for all workers. Our members are committed to building cross-racial unity and bringing our communities together.

As a diverse, member-driven and just organization, we're creating real change for working people. Nevada home care workers, who serve our seniors and most vulnerable residents, recently raised their minimum wage to $16 dollars an hour. Our healthcare workers recently won standard-setting contracts, and, in 2024, thousands of our state's public employees will unite to secure contracts that respect and invest in frontline workers and the critical services we all rely on.

Latest in SEIU 1107

Find out how we're winning improvements for workers and the Nevadans we serve.

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County Workers Rally Outside the Government Center for a Fix to the Staffing Crisis to Protect Public Services

6/21/2024

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Clark County has a staffing crisis with nearly 20% of all county jobs unfilled, and it’s affecting public services. On Tuesday, June 18, the county workers who protect children from abuse and neglect, keep our families safe, and run the economic engine of our town – our airport - rallied outside of the Clark County Government Center while county commissioners consider a pending $80 million lawsuit settlement that could further harm public services.

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STATEMENT ON PRIMARY ELECTIONS FROM SEIU 1107 – NEVADA’S LARGEST UNION OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND HEALTH CARE WORKERS

6/13/2024

Press Release

The June 11 primary election was filled with victories by pro-worker candidates up and down the ballot. We are committed to ensuring that our endorsed candidates win in the primary and general election to secure a better future for working families in our communities.

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Advocates Call for $20 Minimum Wage for Home Care Workers, Increased Funding and Training to Ensure Quality Services for Rapidly Aging Nevada

6/6/2024

Press Release

Advocates are calling for a set of state legislative policies which are urgently needed to address the home care crisis and ensure quality services for Nevada’s rapidly aging population and people with disabilities. The policy proposals, called the “Silver State Home Care Standards,” include a $20 minimum wage to recruit and retain workers; increased funding to support small home care businesses; more service hours so clients receive the level of care they need; and improved professional training for caregivers.

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Why We're Joining Together

Public service, home care and health care workers are joining together to get a real say over our wages, staffing, retirement, and working conditions. We're united, and we're building the strength necessary to secure record contracts, win policy changes in the state legislature and raise standards for all working people.

We're standing up to protect the marginalized, fight for the quality services that Nevada residents and our patients deserve, and win fair pay increases for everyone—including chronically underpaid women and people of color—throughout our state.

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