Be a part of SEIU Local 99’s Labor Management Committees at Santa Monica Malibu Unified: Nominations Extended to Oct. 27, 2023

The Labor Management Committees (LMCs) are made-up of members who meet regularly with SMMUSD managers and administrators to find solutions to worksite problems, improve working conditions, and improve the student services we provide. Members of the team receive training, receive union leave from work, and are paid their regular wages during times when they must miss work in order to participate in Labor Management Committee meetings. 

Petitions are available to download and print by clicking here.

There is an Executive Committee and four Labor Management Committees made-up of members from each of the following job categories:

  • Transportation (5 seats)
  • Food Services (5 seats)
  • Maintenance & Operations
    • Maintenance & Operations Department (5 seats)
    • Information Technology (1 seats)
    • Security (1 seat)
  • Special Education (all Paraprofessionals are included in this category) (5 seats)
  • Executive Committee (5 seats) Meets with the Superintendent. Member(s) elected to this committee will be asked to sign and comply with a confidentiality agreement).

Nomination Process for Labor Management Committees:

To be nominated for a seat on a Labor Management Committee or Executive Committee, any member in good standing must submit a Nomination Petition, signed by at least 25 SEIU Local 99 members from their LMC job category or 25% of members in their LMC job category, whichever is smaller. 

The deadline to submit the completed Nomination Petition has been extended to Friday, October 27, 2023 at 5pm. Prior to October 27, petitions may be turned into an SEIU Local 99 Organizer or at SEIU Local 99’s main office (3530 Wilshire Blvd. #1800, Los Angeles, CA 90010) Monday through Friday between 8am-5pm. Petitions may also be scanned or photographed and sent to or your Organizer. 

Members will be notified if they have submitted sufficient petition signatures to qualify for an election for a seat on a Labor Management Committee or Executive Committee within 48-hours of submitting their petitions. If members do not submit enough qualifying signatures, they will have until October 30th at 5pm to resubmit the petition with the additional signatures needed to complete the required 25 signatures or signatures by 25% of their LMC job category.  Members in contested elections will be notified by October 31st, 2023. Contested means that there will be a vote between all members within your classification to determine who will win the seat and the second highest will be an alternate. 

Petitions are available to download and print by clicking here.

Paper copies of nominating petitions are also available Monday-Friday 8:00am-5pm (except holidays) at the SEIU Local 99 main office located at 3530 Wilshire Blvd. #1800, Los Angeles, CA 90010. Instructions for completing and submitting nominating petitions are included with the petition itself.

Election Process for Labor-Management Committees

Only SEIU Local 99 members in good standing are eligible to participate in the nomination and election process for the Labor Management Committees and Executive Committee.  Membership will be verified for all nominees and members signing petitions. 

An election to fill contested seats on the Labor Management Committees and Executive Committee will be held online starting Wednesday, November 1  through Saturday, November 18, 2023. 

Members will also have the opportunity to vote in-person on November 18 from 9am-10am at SEIU Local 99’s Leadership Summit & Industry Division Meeting held at the Bonaventure Hotel 404 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90071. Results of the elections will be announced at the Leadership Summit & Industry Division Meeting. 

Only active SEIU Local 99 members are eligible to be on these committees and vote on electing members to the committees. If you’re not yet a member, sign-up here.


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