If you applied and were approved for the 2021 Summer Bridge Fund program, you should be receiving your payout funds in mid July. We are aware that LAUSD has notified members that the state is only matching $.66 for each dollar contributed. If you have received this notification from LAUSD or any other employer, IT [Read more]
This guide was developed by SEIU Local 99 members on our bargaining team for members at LACCD designated as essential workers. This guide will provide context and a summary of your rights and benefits negotiated in our COVID-19 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and LACCD’s COVID-19 protocols, including requests for accommodations for members impacted by COVID-19 [Read more]
Members on our bargaining team reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) that addresses working conditions for the duration of the 2020-21 academic year. Members stood strong for an agreement that puts safety first.
After members pushed back on LACCD’s initial actions in March, we continue to have extensive engagement with LACCD management. LACCD notified our union that they plan to begin a partial reopening as soon as July 27 to resume some in-person instruction to complete Spring 2020 semester courses which were hard to convert to an on-line [Read more]
In July, our union sent all employers a demand to bargain over their plans for returning to school and any changes they plan to make due to COVID-19. All of our negotiations with employers are being guided by our Principles for Reopening Schools. Here is an update on our discussions with employers
“Regardless of where teaching is happening, we must focus on creating the conditions that students need to learn.”
Unless Governor Gavin Newsom and the state legislature take immediate action to dedicate additional funds to school districts to implement social distancing protocols, proper PPE for all, training, testing and other safety measures, it will be almost impossible for classroom instruction to safely resume in the fall.
After months of talks with the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) and actions that included a one-day work stoppage for PPE and several speak-outs at board meetings, members have reached an agreement with LACCD. The new agreement recognizes our essential work and provides greater safety on the job. It's the courageous action of [Read more]
We Demand Hero Pay for Essential Workers at LACCD! We're risking our lives. It's time to take action!
Banners won't cut it! Value our work and our lives by providing hero pay! LACCD claims to value essential workers. They call us heroes. They even put-up these "thank you" banners on campus. But banners won't cut it. For months they’ve been stalling on providing hero pay to workers on the front [Read more]
SEIU Local 99 Stewards and Staff have continued to meet with LACCD Chancellor Rodriguez and his team to address our safety issues. We're making progress in large part because many workers took the bold action last week of refusing to go to work due to safety concerns. We need to keep pushing forward. Here's [Read more]
Today, many SEIU Local 99 members at LACCD refused to show-up to work to call attention to the lack of proper protective equipment for those working on campus. The district listened. This morning, union stewards and staff held a conference call with Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, Vice Chancellor Albert Roman and members of their team. The [Read more]