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Family Child Care Providers Nominated to Be Part of Contract Negotiations Team

October 21st, 2020|CCPU Bargaining Updates|

The following members were nominated by providers to be part of the negotiations team that will negotiate child care providers’ first contract with the state of California. There will be a total of 30 providers on the statewide negotiations team. Ten SEIU Local 99/CCPU member providers will be elected from their regions in Southern California and one will provider will be elected for an at-large seat. Learn more about the providers nominated to be part of the negotiations team

Education Happens Here: Family Child Care Providers, Parents, and Community Leaders Demand CA Support Early Educators While Distance Learning Members of SEIU Local 99/Child Care Providers United gathered on October 15 in Van Nuys to call on Governor Gavin Newsom to help them keep their doors open to support our children as we continue distance learning.

October 19th, 2020|Child Care Providers|

More than 5,200 family child care providers have closed their doors since COVID-19 struck. Since school began, providers are also absorbing tremendous costs to support distance learning, including purchasing desks, computers, ink, and more to ensure no student is left behind. Yet, they are essentially facing a wage cut from the state. Enough is enough!

Nominations for Family Child Care Provider Negotiations Team Open on Oct 14 After a historic union victory, providers begin process to negotiate their first contract

October 13th, 2020|CCPU Bargaining Updates, Child Care Providers|

This summer, family child care providers in California won their union with a historic 97% of the vote! Now, they’re preparing to sit down with state representatives and negotiate their first union contract. The first step is to elect the negotiations team. To learn more about the nomination and election process for the negotiations team join a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, October 14.

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