ResCare Members in Ohio and West Virginia Stand United on Workplace Issues

SEIU District 1199 members with ResCare work each day to provide the best possible care. Union ResCare members continue to successfully join together with coworkers and as a union to achieve beneficial outcomes. 

Lucas County (OH): A ResCare member in Lucas County was not being paid full earnings for her job duties. Within a month of taking action with the union, the worker received acknowledgement that she had been paid the lower amount in error and retroactive pay was issued.

Stark County (OH): A dedicated member with ResCare in Stark County had left her position but was later re-hired. The member was then paid at the previous rate of pay, which was not in line with current wages. After months of trying to resolve the issue, the member contacted the union. The member’s pay rate was updated and she also received retroactive pay totaling approximately $1,000.

Lorain County (OH): A member with ResCare in Lorain County was promoted but did not receive a related pay increase. Taking action with the union, the members pay was adjusted and over $350 in retroactive pay was issued.

Wood County (WV): A member with ResCare in Wood County did not receive a 1% raise that had been negotiated by the union. The member worked with the union and received both the raise and retroactive pay.

Greenbrier County (WV): A member was due two raises but did not receive an increase. After joining up with the union to seek resolution, the issue was fixed and retroactive pay was provided within 30 days.

Lorain County (OH): A mix-up with a vendor that provided background checks almost led to a job loss. Before contacting the union, the worker was taken off of the schedule and at-risk of losing her job. Working with the union, the issue was quickly resolved.

Belmont County (OH): A member in Belmont County was injured and had to take leave for recovery after a surgery. After returning to work, the member was charged fees for insurance she did not receive and her coverage continued to lapse. After working with the union, health insurance was issued and fees reimbursed.

Wood County (WV): A exemplary employee and member with ResCare was accused of failing to document the provision of over-the-counter medication. The employee told ResCare that he was not at work on the day of the incident to no avail. Working with the union, the employee was able to prove that he was not responsible and the reprimand was withdrawn.

These members continue to show the strength of unity and working together as a union. We are stronger together.

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