Loudoun County

Welcome to the page for Loudoun County members of SEIU Virginia 512. Questions? Need assistance? Call your union at 571-432-0209 or email info@seiuva.org

March 2021 Updates

Union Members Celebrate Retroactive Raises! In February 2021, Loudoun County members celebrated receving well-deserved, retroactive raises for last year. Congratulations to all the SEIU members who made your voices heard for raises — your advocacy was successful! If you have questions about the raises, and/or did not recieve a raise, please contact your union today.

Open Enrollment for Exclusive Union Member Benefits: March 1 – April 15. As a union member, you have access to exclusive benefits, including short-term disability, life insurance with long-term care, Aflac accident, hospital, critical illness and term life insurance. Read more here. To review the plans, ask questions, and set up a meeting with our benefits counselors: click here. Open enrollment lasts until April 15, and the effective start date is May 1.

February 25, 2021: Loudoun Chair Phyllis Randall Joins SEIU Tele-TownHall to Talk with Loudoun County Employees! Hundreds of Loudoun County employees tuned in for an outstanding tele-townhall with Chair Randall and union member-leaders. Chair Randall fully supports bringing collective bargaining to Loudoun for county employees so that we can win the living wages, benefits and safe woking conditions we need.

County Employees Speak Out for Collective Bargaing — Add Your Voice Today! Frontline union members spoke at county budget hearings about how raises and collective bargaining will support them, their families and their communities. “Public employees in 47 other states have used collective bargaining to keep their communities strong. It’s time for Loudoun to join them,” said Loudoun union Chair Julius Reynolds. Read the full LoudounNow story. And add your voice today! Share why collective bargaining is important to you at our Share Your Story link.

Join the March 17 Membership Meeting! To get the latest updates on raises, benefits and collective bargaining, don’t miss the March Union Membership Meeting on Wednesday, March 17 from 12 noon – 1 pm on Zoom. To get the Zoom link or phone number, please email info@seiuva.org.

 

Loudoun County Employee Coronavirus Information: Important updates for Loudoun County Employees include:

 

The IMG_2597 (1280x854)Loudoun County Chapter of SEIU Virginia 512 is the union for Loudoun County general employees. We do many different jobs, including working as mental health nurses and librarians, juvenile justice staff and maintenance workers. We are united in our belief that investing in quality public services and quality jobs leads to stronger communities.

Our union was founded by county employees in 2010 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, won leave bank rights, ended unfair pay systems, protected our retirements, made our worksites safer, and more.

Loudoun members work hard to identify and advance creative solutions to deliver quality public services during difficult economic times.

The union members who serve on the Loudoun Executive Board are:
Julius Reynolds, Chair
Lisa Griebel, Vice Chair
Kate Campbell, Secretary
Christi Carmouze, Director
Brenda DeHaas, Director
Joanna Knower, Director
Patti Nelson, Director
(elected by acclamation on September 16, 2020)

The Loudoun County union Constitution and Bylaws can be found here: Loudoun County Union Constitution and Bylaws (updated bylaws, approved by membership vote August 19, 2020).

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


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