March 2018

SEIU Local 400 PG Summit


On Wednesday April 4th we will have a summit at Dr. Henry Wise High School from 8am until 11am. At this meeting, we have a representative from the PGCPS Benefits office to discuss with us some vital information in regards to the changes in the leave policy, health care and other benefits that we are entitled to.

We will have a representative from SEIU International to discuss with us the importance of belonging to the union. With these turbulent times we are currently facing as some politicians seek to destroy unions and the collective bargaining process it is becoming increasingly more imperative for us all to ensure that we are all abreast of what a non-union county and state could really mean for our paychecks as well as our jobs. We urge everyone to come to fill out a recommitment form so that we have your correct address, email address, phone number, etc. We want to make that we can get you the information as we get it.

We look forward to seeing all on the 4th!

In Solidarity,

William H. Sellman,

SEIU Local 400 PG President

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