Krinda Bailey Talks About the Impact of Kentucky’s “Right-to-Work” Law

Jerry Springer Leads Labor Day Rally With SEIU District 1199 at Cleveland Clinic

Robert Reich: Why “Right to Work” is Wrong for Workers

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich explains the truth behind so-called “Right to Work” laws and how they hurt working families.

Secretary-Treasuer Al Bacon Announces Retirement

SEIU 1199 Member Vice President and RN Judy Maldonado Says The Affordable Care Act is a Lifeline

Two Years of Fighting For Good Jobs (2016)

“Rise Up” – Social Justice Conference (2015)

Youngstown Member-Leader Cheryl Shavers says “Right to Work is Wrong”

From the Ohio Capitol Blog: Cheryl Shavers, a Youngstown woman and SEIU member for more than a decade, talks right to work and other issues during a union rally in downtown Columbus.

When asked if “Right to Work” is going anywhere in Ohio, Shavers said, “Not if I have anything to do with it.”

You can learn more about why “Right to Work” is wrong for all us by clicking here:

Leadership Assembly Highlights (2014)

Check out this photo montage of some of the most memorable moments.

Highlands Regional Medical Center (2014)

First, meet the employer, Highlands Regional Medical Center, which has proposed forcing workers to divorce their spouses from their healthcare — tearing apart families and leaving husbands, wives and partners without health insurance. They are accused of putting greed over need. And here are the employees, members of SEIU District 1199, who are fighting back saying that Highlands executives are just being greedy and trying to force the spouses of workers off of their healthcare, which is not just greedy, but downright wrong. They are accusing the hospital of putting profits over patients. The verdict is in. Employees of Highlands Regional Medical Center are under attack by greedy hospital executives.

Call Highlands CEO Harold Warman at 606-886-7444 and tell him stop trying to tear apart working families in our community. Call now, 606-886-7444 and tell Highlands to be fair to those that care for our community.