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Embezzlement

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imagesCAM95DZ4_10Cedric Hughes, a former treasurer for SEIU Local 721, has been sentenced for stealing over $15,000 from the union, the National Legal and Policy Center reports.

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Cedric Hughes, a former treasurer for SEIU Local 721, has been sentenced for stealing over $15,000 from the union, the National Legal and Policy Center reports.

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And Then There Were Two

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heraldonline2The Herald Online reports a second SEIU local, SEIU Local 87, has broken with SEIU and now supports the sale of the troubled California hospitals to Prime Healthcare. The Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle both support the sale of the hospitals as well.

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The Herald Online reports a second SEIU local, SEIU Local 87, has broken with SEIU and now supports the sale of the troubled California hospitals to Prime Healthcare. The Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle both support the sale of the hospitals as well.

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SEIU Local Breaks with Union

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valleycatholicAlthough SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West bitterly opposes the sale of several failing California hospitals to the best bidder — Prime Health Care — SEIU 121RN supports the sale, reports the Valley Catholic.

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Although SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West bitterly opposes the sale of several failing California hospitals to the best bidder — Prime Health Care — SEIU 121RN supports the sale, reports the Valley Catholic.

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Right to Work for Less

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lvrj2While SEIU drags its feet in contract negotiations, non-union employees of Clark County, Nevada will be getting a retroactive pay increase. The county will spend about $1 million on the raises for a group of about 750 non-union county employees, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.

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While SEIU drags its feet in contract negotiations, non-union employees of Clark County, Nevada will be getting a retroactive pay increase. The county will spend about $1 million on the raises for a group of about 750 non-union county employees, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.

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All about the Benjamins

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Why is SEIU trying to dramatically hiklaborpainse the minimum wage? One way or the other, SEIU stands to benefit from its minimum wage fight, LaborPains.org reports:

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and similar unions for service workers like the hotel and restaurant divisions of Unite HERE have plenty of bargaining units with employees under, at, or around the proposed new minimum wage level. Others have guaranteed premiums over the statutory minimum, as we have detailed previously.

Unions also have greener reasons to push massive wage hikes. The “fight for $15” worker center/minimum wage campaign is a multimillion-dollar project of SEIU, and the end goal includes paying off this “investment” with more union dues. As a result, in addition to minimum wage messaging the campaign comes with creating “Worker Organizing Committees” that file complaints with the National Labor Relations Board designed at least in part to make fast food restaurants easier to unionize. The Manhattan Institute estimated SEIU’s potential payoff from unionizing half of McDonald’s and McDonald’s franchise employees alone at $100 million per year.

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Why is SEIU trying to dramatically hike the minimum wage? One way or the other, SEIU stands to benefit from its minimum wage fight, LaborPains.org reports: The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and similar unions for service workers like the hotel and restaurant divisions of Unite HERE have plenty of bargaining units with employees under, at, or around […]

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Where’d the Rest Go?

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madisonstclairrecordIn 2013, the SEIU Leadership State Central Council in Illinois only spent 23% of its funds on representation, reports the Madison Record.

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In 2013, the SEIU Leadership State Central Council in Illinois only spent 23% of its funds on representation, reports the Madison Record.

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Punishing Dissent

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dailycaller2SEIU fired a contractor after she posted a link on her business’s Facebook page informing caregivers that they do not have to pay union dues, reports the Daily Caller. They also sued to prevent the Freedom Foundation from getting the addresses of Washington state caregivers so that the organization could inform them that they could opt out of paying union dues.

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SEIU fired a contractor after she posted a link on her business’s Facebook page informing caregivers that they do not have to pay union dues, reports the Daily Caller. They also sued to prevent the Freedom Foundation from getting the addresses of Washington state caregivers so that the organization could inform them that they could […]

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Solidarity Forever?

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SBSunSEIU is trying to poach members from the San Bernardino Public Employees Association and is using personal information from county employment records to facilitate its effort, reports the San Bernardino Sun.

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SEIU is trying to poach members from the San Bernardino Public Employees Association and is using personal information from county employment records to facilitate its effort, reports the San Bernardino Sun.

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Sore Losers

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SpringfieldNewsSunSEIU surrendered in a decertification fight at an Ohio hospital last year; another Ohio hospital is now pursuing decertification. Rather than acknowledge that it has not adequately served its members, SEIU is accusing the hospital’s administration of coercing its employees into opposing the union.

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SEIU surrendered in a decertification fight at an Ohio hospital last year; another Ohio hospital is now pursuing decertification. Rather than acknowledge that it has not adequately served its members, SEIU is accusing the hospital’s administration of coercing its employees into opposing the union.

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Harassment

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usatoday_logoSEIU Local 1199 is being sued by a non-profit hospital executive over the union’s distasteful efforts to vilify and harass him, reports USA Today:

The chief executive of Ohio’s largest health system has filed a lawsuit against Service Employees International Union No. 1199 alleging invasion of privacy and defamation.

In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, Michael Connelly, president and CEO of Mercy Health — which, according to its website, is one of the largest non-profit health systems in the United States — accused the labor union of offending “public sensibilities” to destroy his reputation.

A van displaying a large image of Connelly featuring the words “GREED! GREED! GREED!” and his personal telephone number was circling his neighborhood Monday.

The billboard on wheels featured the following text: “Mercy Health CEO Michael Connelly is getting rich off the sick, disabled and indigent!”

The union also paid for a radio advertisement that claimed Connelly wanted to take away workers’ sick time. Connelly disputes that claim.

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SEIU Local 1199 is being sued by a non-profit hospital executive over the union’s distasteful efforts to vilify and harass him, reports USA Today: The chief executive of Ohio’s largest health system has filed a lawsuit against Service Employees International Union No. 1199 alleging invasion of privacy and defamation. In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, Michael Connelly, president […]

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