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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.

Proveedoras, Padres y Aliados Comunitarios Exigen al Gobernador Newsom que Ponga fin a la Crisis del Cuidado Infantil de California Los miembros de SEIU Local 99/Proveedoras de Cuidado Infantil Unidas se reunieron en el centro de Los Ángeles pidiendo al gobernador Newsom que apoye a las proveedoras de cuidado infantil familiar y ayude a los educadores de la temprana edad a mantener sus puertas abiertas para apoyar a los trabajadores esenciales.

October 1st, 2020|Proveedoras|

Desde el comienzo de la pandemia, más de 5,000 proveedoras de cuidado infantil familiar han cerrado sus puertas. Solo en Los Ángeles hemos tenido 982 cierres que afectaron a aproximadamente 9000 niños y sus familias. El 1 de octubre, las proveedoras están enfrentando un recorte salarial debido a la falta de fondos federales. ¡Ya basta!

Providers, Parents, and Community Allies demand Gov. Newsom end CA’s Child Care Crisis Members of SEIU Local 99/Child Care Providers United gathered today in Downtown Los Angeles calling on Gov. Newsom to support family child care providers and help early educators keep their doors open to support essential workers.

September 30th, 2020|Child Care Providers, Member Voices|

Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 5,000 family child care providers have closed their doors. Los Angeles alone has seen 982 closures impacting an estimated 9000 children and their families. On Oct. 1, providers are poised to face a pay cut due to lack of federal funding. Enough is enough!

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