Members Run the Union
You and your fellow members elect the leadership of Local 668, who determine the strategic plan of the union, set the policies and budget that governs all union activity. Through popular vote, we choose two statewide officers, three trustees, chapter chairs, committee chairs and shop stewards. The rules and regulations that govern our union are outlined in the SEIU 668 Constitution.
All members vote to accept or reject their contracts, which include decisions on:
• Medical, dental and vision insurance
• Working conditions
• Vacation policies
• Health and safety in the workplace
• Career/professional development
You are able to review your contracts on our Website. If you have any questions concerning your contract ask your shop steward or Business Agent.
Become a member today
Download the SEIU Local 668 membership form
Complete and return this form to your steward or local area office.
Member perks and savings
Visit the Benefits page to learn more about the added bonuses of becoming a member of SEIU 668.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS- Weingarten Rights:
The Right to Representation
If you are ever called into an interview meeting with your supervisor or manager so they can investigate a situation which might result in discipline, you have specific representational rights. These rights are summarized below:
- You have the right to have a Union delegate present.
- If you want a delegate there, you must ask for him or her.
- If you do not know why your manager wants to meet with you, ask him/her if it is a meeting that could result in a discipline.
- If your manager refuses to allow you to bring a delegate, repeat your request in front of a witness. Do not refuse to attend the meeting, but do not answer any questions either. Take notes. Once the meeting is over, call your delegate at once.
- You have the right to speak privately with your delegate before the meeting and during the meeting.
- Your delegate has the right to play an active role in the meeting. He or she is not just witness.
These rights are called “Weingarten Rights” based on a 1975 Supreme Court decision (NLRB vs. J. Weingarten). As with all rights, if we do not use them we lose them.
This statement could save your job:
“If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined or terminated I respectfully request that my delegate be present at the meeting. Without representation present, I choose not to respond to any questions or statements.”