SEIU Local 99 Files Charges Against LAUSD Over Implementation of New Acceleration Days

By |October 12th, 2022|LAUSD, LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

You may have received a notice from LAUSD about the change to the school calendar and acceleration days. The district is violating the law and our rights by ignoring our agreement and moving forward to implement this unilateral change to our work hours and conditions. In response, SEIU Local 99 has filed Unfair Practice [Read more]

LAUSD Bargaining Update: Part-time won’t work at LAUSD!

By |September 21st, 2022|LAUSD, LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

Our SEIU Local 99 bargaining team met with LAUSD on September 21, 2022. The district did not budge on the low-ball wage proposal they presented last week:  For 2020-21 - ZERO! Nothing! Nada! 2021-22 -  5% wage increase 2022-23 - 4% increase and a 3% one-time bonus 2023-24 - 4% increase with a 3% one-time bonus It's [Read more]

Bargaining Update: LAUSD Responds to Our Proposal for Respectful Treatment On the Job

By |September 9th, 2022|LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

On September 9, 2022, our bargaining team met with LAUSD to resume our contract negotiations after the summer break. The district responded to our proposal for respectful treatment at work. They proposed that we set-up a committee to address harassment and disrespect on the job. While it’s a good idea - and we’re willing [Read more]

Taking Action for a Strong Contract at LAUSD!

By |May 26th, 2022|LAUSD, LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

Our SEIU Local 99 bargaining team met with LAUSD on May 25, 2022 for another round of contract negotiations. We've been in bargaining with the district for over a month. So far, we have presented LAUSD with proposals demanding: Dignity and respect on the job. No one should be mistreated or harassed by their supervisor. [Read more]

Take Action to Demand More Hours for Dedicated LAUSD Workers

By |November 2nd, 2021|LAUSD|

LAUSD’s vaccine mandate has worsened the district’s staffing shortage and exposed the district’s lack of planning. Now, they’re scrambling to provide critical student services and forcing classified employees to take-on the extra load. Even before the pandemic, there were thousands of open positions at LAUSD. Now, the vaccine mandate has led to the departure [Read more]

LACCD calls workers essential, but district’s “best” wage offer is an insult!

By |August 3rd, 2021|LACCD|

The Los Angeles Community College District has offered SEIU Local 99 members what they call their “last, best and final” offer for the 2020-23 contract. And, frankly, it’s an insult. Their "best offer" still puts workers way below the wage standards for custodians in other college districts.  After they called custodians and other workers essential [Read more]

We Demand Respect! We Demand to Bargain!

By |December 12th, 2018|LAUSD|

Members at Middleton Primary Center are among the many SEIU99 members who have been wearing stickers demanding RESPECT! Since the beginning of the current school year, LAUSD has been slow to respond on some key issues impacting thousands of Local 99 members and the students we serve. So, we’re taking action to demand [Read more]

Contract Agreement Reached with LAUSD. Strike Called-Off.

By |May 8th, 2018|LAUSD, LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

We are Union Strong! Unfair Practices Resolved. Strike Averted. Members now must vote on agreement. Our Bargaining Team Recommends a 'Yes' Vote. Our petitions, informational picket lines, stickers-ups, rallies, protests at school board meetings and our bold commitment to stand united and go on strike all pushed the District to reach a three-year [Read more]

Two Agreements Reached Today in Bargaining + Where We’re At

By |April 30th, 2018|LAUSD, LAUSD Bargaining Updates|

Even though we’re still far apart on wages and staffing, we can be proud that our rallies, sticker-ups, informational picketing and strike vote have led to several tentative agreements with LAUSD. At our bargaining session today, April 30, we reached agreement on two more proposals: Subcontracting Protections Improved protections against the subcontracting of Unit B [Read more]

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