Fairfax County

Join the January 13 Union Member Meeting from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm. Click the hyperlinks for the: January Meeting Agenda, December Meeting Minutes, and the SEIU Letter to the Board of Supervisors on county employees’ needs during the pandemic. For more information, check your email, call 571-432-0209 or email info@seiuva.org.

BREAKING: Fairfax County has created a Pandemic Leave Chat to help county employees navigate the different options available. Click here for the chart. Questions? Contact your union’s Member Services Team at memberservices@seiuva.org or call the Union office at 571-432-0209.

Worker Policy Updates: Fairfax County has amended the Teleworking policy and the Leave for Inclement Weather or Other Emergencies policy. Click the hyperlinks to read the new policies. Employees with questions or concerns should contact the union’s Member Services Team at memberservices@seiuva.org or call the Union office at 571-432-0209.

VICTORY: SEIU members and allies defeat attempt to weaken Virginia’s first-in-the-nation workplace safety standards! Read more here, and sign up for the weekly SEIU Healthy & Safety Training today to learn how we use these standards to stay safe on the job. Email info@seiuva.org or call 571-432-0209 to sign up for a training.

VICTORY: SEIU members win 6 weeks of Paid Family Leave for merit Fairfax County employees, effective October 10, 2020. Click here to learn more about this new paid benefit, and read about how SEIU members won Paid Family Leave in the Fairfax Connection Newspapers.


Fairfax County Employee Coronavirus Information: For the latest info for employees (paid leave, telework, etc.), see:

IMG_8424The Fairfax County Government Employees Union Chapter of SEIU Virginia 512 is a diverse and engaged union of  more than 2,000 general county employees from across Fairfax County. We do many different types of jobs, ranging from social workers to maintenance workers, librarians to mental health staff, and more.

Our union was founded by county employees in 2006 to have a strong voice on the job, and to win the same respect that teachers and public safety employees have enjoyed. In that time, we have won real raises, ended unfair pay systems, saved our pensions, made our worksites safer, created jobs and more.

Fairfax members pride ourselves on being solution driven and on working with the county to deliver quality public services during difficult economic times.

The union members who serve on the Fairfax Executive Board are:
Tammie Wondong, President
Natalie Nguyen Woodruff, Vice President
Jen Parker, Secretary
Ricky Brown, Director
Brenda Butler, Director
Norm Hall, Director
Tamica Wells, Director

The Union’s Constitution and Bylaws can be found here: Fairfax County Government Employees Union Constitution and Bylaws (updated bylaws, approved by membership vote August 12, 2020).

For more information about the union and our efforts to win Quality Jobs and Quality Public Services in Fairfax County, please contact the union by phone at 571-432-0209 or by e-mail at info@seiuva.org


One Response to “Fairfax County”

  1. carol wood says:

    I just got the ‘Team Fairfax Insider’ and I am MAJORLY confused. I will have 37 years on 4/1 but am one of the ‘hybrid’ Health Dept employees. Will I be eligible for a longevity award of 4%? Needless to say when I hit my 25 year mark we werein one of the inumerable pay freezes we have his since I started with the County. Also how does my salary relate to the actual S scale as I now must contribute to VRS however the County is picking that up.
    Call me confused.
    (a member)

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