About SEIU

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) unites 2 million diverse members in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. SEIU members working in thehealthcare industry, public sector and in property services believe in the power of joining together on the job to win higher wages, benefits and create better communities, while fighting for a more just society and an economy that works for all of us, not just corporations and the wealthy.

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Recent Press Releases


SEIU President Mary Kay Henry Statement In Support of President's Plan To Veto Tax Breaks For Corporations

Congress may pass a measure to permanently provide tax breaks for wealthy corporations without doing enough for working families. We whole-heartedly support President Obama's plans to veto it if it arrives on his desk.

Nov 24
Rocio Saenz de SEIU: "Afroamericano, Latino, Inmigrante... todas las vidas son importantes."

Nov 24
Statement of SEIU President Mary Kay Henry On the Grand Jury Decision in Ferguson, Missouri

Nov 20
President Obama's Administrative Action Life-Changing for Millions of Immigrant Families, Important Step Forward

Nov 20
iAmerica.org Website Launched as Primary Resource for Immigrant Families on President's Administrative Action

Nov 14
SEIU President Henry: Immigration Executive Action Necessary for Families Whose Lives Hang in the Balance; Obstructionist Republican Leadership Prioritizes Politics over People

Nov 14
America's Working Families Prepare to Gain Affordable, Quality Healthcare and Greater Financial Security Through Affordable Care Act

Nov 12
SEIU President Henry Response to Replacement of NLRB Nominee Block with McFerran

Nov 12
SEIU President Mary Kay Henry Praises US-China Carbon Deal as "A Victory for Working People the World Over"

Nov 11
SEIU's Henry on King v. Burwell: "Dismantling the law not a solution to working families who are struggling every day with healthcare costs"

Nov 6
Poll Shows 69% of Airport Workers Report Employers Have Not Provided Training On New CDC Ebola Protocol

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