Andy Stern is gone. His mess remains. Rivals of America's most powerful union boss, Andy Stern, have cheered the resignation of the SEIU's erstwhile leader. But Mark Brenner, director of Labor Notes, a magazine covering the U.S. union scene, says a Stern resignation will not quell bitter disputes ... More >>
Today's news that Service Employee International Union Boss Andy Stern plans to announce his retirement this week was met with a scathing career obituary from his west coast rival Sal Rosselli, who said Stern will be known for abetting corruption and quashing union democracy while cutting s ... More >>
This summer, the Service Employees International Union plans to spend some $50 million to ensure passage of a labor-friendly law that would allow any workforce to join a union if more than half of its employees sign a petition. Currently, workers approve whether a union should represent them in elec ... More >>
This just in from our LA Weekly colleague Steven Mikulan:
A press release just issued by the Washington, D.C.
headquarters of the Service Employees Union International announced it has
papers on its rebel health-care workers local, known as the United
Healthcare Workers-West. Th ... More >>
The leader of an Oakland-based health-care affiliate of the Service Employees International Union said Monday that workers may quit the union en masse if SEIU president Andy Stern follows through on a threat to take over the affiliate.
"If the SEIU International forces us into trusteeship, we w ... More >>
Service Employees International President Andy Stern today advanced a threat to dismantle the union's 150,000-member Northern California health care affiliate, announcing plans to move some 65,000 workers into a new group dedicated solely to providers of long-term nursing care.
The move is seen in ... More >>
By Matt SmithThe Service Employees International Union plans to spend $50 million during the coming months lobbying for a bill that would make it harder for employers to fight against unionization drives.But critics of the union's national leader, Andy Stern, say ongoing scandals in California may s ... More >>