What’s the impact of the Fight for $15? Helping 22 million workers win $68 billion in raises

New Congress expected to introduce a $15/hr minimum wage bill next year

SEIU members spread out across Capitol Hill to demand justice for immigrants

Held meetings with Members of Congress to discuss DACA, TPS and border wall funding

Child care center to be built for SEIU 1021 city workers in San Francisco

San Francisco General Hospital child care center will provide accessible, affordable care for members

What the Election Means for Working Families

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

SEIU members mobilize infrequent voters to vote for $15, affordable healthcare, opportunity to join unions

Voters refuse to be divided by hate; turn out for bold, progressive agenda

Countdown to Election Day–Spotlight: Pennsylvania

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

Countdown to Election Day–Spotlight: Illinois

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

Countdown to Election Day–Spotlight: Nevada

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

Countdown to Election Day–Spotlight: California

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

Countdown to Election Day–Spotlight: Michigan

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

Louisiana’s Working Families Deserve Liberty and Justice

Justice should be for everyone, no exceptions

Racial profiling spurs SEIU Local 503 member into action before the midterm election

"We need to prevent profiling and keep our local law enforcement resources focused on local issues"

Countdown to Election Day–Spotlight: New York

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

Countdown to Election Day Spotlight: Florida

A message from SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry

We’re voting for a country that works for us!

Here are a few reasons why you should join us.

Illinois State University graduate workers win election, join the SEIU family

Latest win adds to growing momentum for university teaching and research assistants across the country

Seminole State College adjunct professors vote decisively to form their union

Join colleagues at Hillsborough Community College, Broward College and University of South Florida who have also voted to join SEIU’s Faculty Forward movement

Pittsburgh security officers win new contract with path to $15/hr

New contract also includes paid holidays and more paid leave days

VICTORY: Emory University graduate workers win $15

Joined striking fast food workers on Oct 4 to celebrate the win and to continue the fight for all workers to win $15 an hour.

Flooded routine

SEANC member Tramaine Orellana shares her experience on Hurricane Florence.

SEIU's Rocio: President Trump's proposal goes against who we are as Americans

SEIU International Vice President Rocio Sáenz issued the following statement on the public charge rule

U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, Mary Kay Henry among 54 arrested at McDonald’s HQ as fast-food workers nationwide strike demanding union rights

Candidates and elected leaders vow support for cooks and cashiers striking in battleground states across the country

SEIU and Fight for $15 members stand by Kavanaugh’s accusers, demand that Senators reject his nomination

Confirming a Supreme Court justice who has been credibly accused of sexual assault by multiple women would be an insult to survivors


Airport workers in New York and New Jersey won the highest minimum wage in U.S. history--$19 an hour

SEIU members help Massachusetts gas explosions victims

Locals 1199, 509, 888; 32BJ SEIU and SEIU Community Action delivered meals and supplies to those in need

Together we recover

Workers United Southern Region, SEIU rep Ebony Stevens shares her experience during Hurricane Florence

Florence affects us all

Union member Gina Williams tells her experience before, during and after Hurricane Florence

Historic fast-food strikes demand union, declare #MeToo at McDonald’s

Strikers are demanding a union to help address sexual harassment issues at the company

Home care has been a godsend

After my son committed suicide years ago, I pledged that if I ever encountered someone struggling in life, I would be the one to tell them that I care so they wouldn’t feel alone

Reflection: SEIU Remembers September 11, 2001

On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, 62 SEIU members were killed when hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in rural Pennsylvania.

Working people highlight progress on wages at Houston pre-Labor Day rally

“All workers who work for the city of Houston and keep this city clean should have the opportunity to have a better job with a contract and security”

Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules in favor of home care workers

Governor cleared to move forward with plan to give providers a voice at the table

Are you ready to #RiseforClimate?

On September 8th, SEIU is joining the Peoples Climate Movement to show our elected leaders that we demand action on climate change.

Home care workers and allies speak up for quality care and workers’ rights

On behalf of the hundreds of thousands of SEIU home care members —and the countless more who benefit from their care, their advocacy, and their fight for good union jobs— we thank you

Keep Standing Against Hate

We Are Stronger Together

Senators must protect our healthcare by rejecting Kavanaugh’s nomination

This lifetime appointment will impact all our lives and should not be rushed.

Election results a preview of what SEIU members will deliver in November

SEIU members are fighting every step of the way for those who stand with working men and women

Detroit Janitors ratify new contract with historic wage increases

Includes raises to $15 dollars per hour in year three of the four-year contract

An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us

Airport workers stand with fired immigrant women

SEIU members, allies spearhead blue wave in Florida

Win Justice program will focus on voter turnout in the Sunshine State

Why I came to Amsterdam

The most important part of my trip to Amsterdam is to form connections with airport workers from all over the world and let our voices be heard.

Like a Mirror Image

I’m in Amsterdam to meet with airport workers from all over the world who are standing up to the same global corporations that are wrecking our jobs.

Potential changes could endanger quality home care services for seniors and people with disabilities

On behalf of home care workers everywhere, I want to be clear that we see through these actions by the Trump administration. We will not be stopped. - Melody Benjamin

We’re putting the global airline industry on notice

We work hard to keep the airports running, but airlines are taking from us and putting it in their pockets.

America Needs Unions now more than ever as Supreme Court sides with corporate billionaires rigging economy against workers

On heels of high profile walkouts, new organizing and spiking approval for unions, union leaders see decision as rallying point to unrig economy and put workers first

We are sticking with our union

...will make our voices heard in the 2018 mid-terms

A Call to Action in Tornillo

I never imagined that I would need to go a protest in my country because my government made the active decision to forcibly separate young children from their asylum-seeking parents.

Courts Matter: Working people need fair-minded judges; not Britt Grant

Judge Grant’s nomination is a threat to working families and our ability to stand together in unions.

Child care providers attend Grassroots Assembly in D.C., speak out against detentions at the border

Our elected leaders need to make child care and early education a national priority.

Detroit City Council supports $15 minimum wage

"One Detroit" campaign aims to secure at least $15 an hour for downtown sanitation workers.

Philadelphia Airport Workers Just Won Big

Unions change peoples’ lives

Philadelphia Airport workers win their first union contract

More than 1,500 workers take a giant step away from poverty

SEIU Local 99 member​ is sticking with her union in the face of anti-worker attacks

Agustina García has been a day-care provider for more than 20 years

It's #ImmigrantHeritageMonth! Join us to celebrate our diversity as a nation of immigrants!

In recognition of Immigrant Heritage Month, we're celebrating SEIU Local 105 Vice President of Property Services, Patricia Robles.

Nazareth College adjuncts overwhelmingly vote to join SEIU Local 200United

“…we can see a brighter future on the horizon for the adjuncts at Nazareth.”

Advocating personalized care measures for nursing home residents with dementia

Collaborative strategies between 1199SEIU and participating nursing homes have resulted in better outcomes for residents, their families, and the nursing home workers.

SEIU members participate in nationwide Families Belong Together actions

SEIU members across the country joined immigration activists in a day of protests

#TimesUp in the Ivory Tower

Webinar inspires educators to take on gender discrimination, harassment and assault in academia

McDonald’s workers, Fight for $15 activists and SEIU members are joined by Poor People’s Campaign as they demand $15/hour wages and union rights

“We are cooks and cashiers who work behind the company’s counters, grills and fryers across the country."

University of Iowa faculty sit-in to stand up against the boss

Faculty Forward in Iowa fights to improve higher ed jobs

Progressive Groups Announce Unprecedented $30 Million Midterm Effort in Three States

Win Justice program will reach 2.5 million voters in Florida, Michigan, and Nevada

Come Hell or High Water

The first episode of SEIU’s new podcast—Healthcare on the Frontlines

Sinai Grace Hospital workers in Detroit vote to make their jobs good #UNION jobs by uniting in SEIU

We're standing up to a political and economic system that’s been rigged against them for far too long.

Our children should count in the 2020 census. It’s their country too.

Our children need a fair and accurate census to ensure their government works for them now and in the future.

Unions make the difference for working women

The United State of Women (USOW) annual meeting in Los Angeles shows that together, we are powerful, strong, and committed to win real change.

How Do Childcare Deserts Impact Working Families?

SEIU Local 1021 Member Frankie Izzo Explains

America Needs Union Jobs

It's Time to Stand With Working Families!

We’re holding elected officials accountable for the Trump Tax

Why I'm raising awareness about the President's tax plan

#TimesUp Women need unions to protect against sexual harassment at work

Sexual harassment and assault on the job has to stop. Together, we have the power to stop it.

Ready to Put Our Boots on the Ground

Realizing our power and using it to create change

2017: A Year of Resisting and Rising

We reflect on the incredible power of working people

SEIU Nurses say Get Covered: Sign up for healthcare by Dec. 15

Tell your family and friends to visit healthcare.gov​ before December 15

"The future of humanity… fundamentally lies in the hands of the people and in their ability to organize."

Mary Kay Henry travels to the Vatican to meet with heads of Catholic Church

We Can Keep Families Together

SEIU members are calling Congress to protect immigrant families

Rebuilding Together After Hurricane Harvey

Being a part of a strong union helps in these moments

SEIU members keep fighting for healthcare

These are the stories of tireless SEIU members advocating for your health.

The new Department of Homeland Security Secretary nominee should commit to continue relief efforts in Puerto Rico

Pulling out crucial first responders while the death toll keeps increasing is unconscionable

Working people must stand up for immigrant families.

Share this video and urge Congress to protect immigrant families.

How do you help address the retirement crisis?

Join a union (and elect good people).

Hurricane Harvey Devastated My Community

The road ahead will be tough, but we can rebuild together

SEIU Members Must Fight Against Hate

SEIU members are speaking and showing up at rallies to fight back against white supremacy.

We weren’t able to come to the United States as refugees.

Maybe if we had, my mom and my brothers would still be alive.

My family survived a civil war

Now I’m fighting for a world where we can care for people no matter who they are

A sense of peace is the most important thing for those of us who escaped war zones.

When I see what’s happening in Syria, I can relate. It happened to me.

My family became refugees because we stood up to the Sudanese government

Now I’m standing up for the rights of refugees and immigrants here in America

Trump’s budget: A disaster for working families

Ripping healthcare from working people, children and seniors to pay for rich corporations' tax breaks