ResCare Members Take Action to Ensure Proper Pay and Worksite Fairness

Members of SEIU District 1199 in Ohio and West Virginia with ResCare bring dedication to their work. The contract enables quality care and it ensures fairness. Below are some of the recent outcomes won by workers standing together. 

Gallia County, Ohio – A member took action on behalf of all bargaining unit members at his worksite concerning an issue with overtime opportunities. Within just four days, the employer offered a plan and pledged to follow the contract. This was another important example of members taking action together to ensure the contract and Union stay strong.

Gallia County, Ohio – A member worked together with the Union after noting she had not accumulated PTO time in around 5 months. Within just two weeks, the PTO time was added to her balance and she was made whole.

Franklin County, Ohio – A member teamed up with the Union after discovering she did not get a $0.25 raise for passing a certification. Within just two weeks, she was issued a $166 check with retroactive pay and her raise was processed.

Kanawha County, West Virginia – A member applied for a transfer and as a dedicated employee with ResCare, she had significant seniority. Despite openings at the worksite where the member hoped to work, the employer refused the transfer. After joining with the Union, the transfer was quickly approved.

Franklin County, Ohio – A member joined with the Union because they were denied payment due to a faulty time clock. In response, management sent a check by mail with 2-day delivery and worked to fix the time clock.

Putnam County, Ohio – A member was denied an annual pay raise for unknown reasons in violation of the contract. Within 15 days of taking action, the raise and retroactive pay were issued.

Members with ResCare show the power of unity and collective action. We are stronger together. 

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