Unions are workers uniting with others who do the same kind of work to decide conditions affecting them in their workplace. Labor unions work to bring economic justice to places of employment and social justice to our nation. By joining a union, you will have a stronger voice on the job and in your community — you can help create a better future for yourself and others.
The SEA/SEIU Local 1984 is a center of unity for workers demanding that our economy works for everyone.
As an organization, we are taking bold actions to unite the nine out of 10 non-union workers in NH and across America. We continue to work with our partners in labor, progressive and religious communities to launch innovative campaigns that bring new hope to workers in today’s global economy.
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Property Service workers are janitors, security officers, maintenance and custodial workers, stadium and arena workers, window cleaners, and others who provide necessary and vital services. We clean, maintain and provide security for commercial office buildings, co-ops, apartment buildings, and public facilities like theaters, stadiums, and airports.
SEIU is the second-largest union of public service employees with more than 1 million local and state government workers, public school employees, bus drivers, and child-care providers – including 80,000 early learning and child care professionals.
We are doctors and nurses, home care and nursing home workers; we are lab techs, environmental service workers, and dietary aides. We are front-line healthcare workers.
Educators, faculty, graduate student workers, students, and families are coming together for change. Together, we are fighting for good jobs for all campus employees, fair pay, better benefits, and job stability, so Educators can focus on education, not worry about surviving.
Hospitality jobs like server, bartender, housekeeper, cook, bellman, front desk agent, dishwasher, Banquet worker, and others often pay at the poverty level. But, where members are organized, workers have won professional-level wages, benefits, and job security.
Retail workers are facing more challenges in the workplace than ever before. When they stand together, they can push back against abusive practices and make retail jobs good jobs that build better lives. While retailers enjoy record profits, retail workers face uncertainty and pressure as employers try to cut labor costs to the bone.