As front-line leaders at the worksite, SEIU stewards are required to wear many hats. They are problem solvers, educators, and communicators. And, most importantly, they are organizers.
We will be updating this page with a number of resources to help stewards better represent their co-workers on the job. Here are some of the most important documents for worksite leaders:
- 2017-2019 Contract MOU: 2017-2019 MOU
- State Worker Contract: 2014-16 Alliance Contract
- State Worker Contract Successor Agreement: 2014-16 Contract MOU
- Private Sector Human Services: Look up by Agency
- Family Child Care: 2013-16 Contract
- Higher Education: Look Up by College/University
- State Workers: Standard Grievance Form – Editable Grievance Form*
- Private Sector Human Services (not for MSPCC or Guidewire) – Printable Form
- Agency Specific Forms:
*Editable Grievance Forms must still be printed and signed.
One of the most important rights that workers have as a member of a union is called Weingarten Rights. These rights state that if you are brought into a disciplinary or investigatory meeting or interview, you have the right to have a representative from the union present. Print out or right down this statement and remember it to protect your rights on the job:
If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined or terminated, or affect my personal working conditions, I respectfully request that my union representative, officer, or steward be present at this meeting.
Until my representative arrives, I choose not to participate in this discussion.