SEIU Forces Its Members to Dress Up

SEIU is more concerned with preserving its own power than it is with letting its members dress more comfortably. When San Diego County sent around an email informing its employees that they could wear casual clothes throughout the work week rather than just on Fridays, SEIU responded by filing a complaint against the county. As a result, SEIU members have had to dress up Mondays through Thursdays while non-unionized county employees can dress casually those four days. Presumably, SEIU members are thrilled that their dues money is being spent to deprive them of their choice of what to wear to work.