The DMF NURSING REGISTRY, is sponsoring an event on March 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm. The event is to build an awareness of the need for healthcare workers to unite and maintain representation and to inform those present about the effects of aa lack of representation . Expect to enjoy a very lovely evening, with great music, speeches, and sumptuous food.
The Keynote Speakers are Miss Anita Bissett and Mr. Morris Griffin. Mr Morris Griffin is from Los Angeles, California. He is on the side of the people of all Californians, and aspires to run for a congressional seat, He will also direct nurses and healthcare professionals how to get involve in bargaining, in order to protect our jobs.
Miss Anita Bissett (Watts Baby of 1965). She is a Writer and an activist for children in foster care. She was called to speak for Foster Children at the White House, under former President Obama's administration. She has written a best seller book, "From a Sparrow to a Storm." Miss Bissett will highlight the need for a spiritual restoration for all.
The SEIU is invited. Nurses working through many registries have no representation and continue to get "blacklisted" and denied employment in many places.
In addition, Nursing Recruiters will be on site. Are you a CNA, LVN, or RN? There is a job waiting for you to fill. As a Registered nurse, I will give an overview of Black professionals in healthcare and the importance of why nurses need to build solidarity in a changing healthcare system.
The event will also feature a very talented musician, and rising Star, Munir Griffin, who will perform his musical skill and talent.
Munir Griffin is a hot new artist who will charm you with his Jazz, Hip Hop, and R&B musical styles. He is a 5th year Ethnomusicology/Jazz Studies Major at The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). He started the entertainment group, Westwood Village Entertainment Group (WVEG) in hopes of using his music platform to create a "better Society." Please check out his Debut, " The Proclamation of Munir Griffin."
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A Footnote: I would like to take this opportunity, to express my sincere sympathy to the families, friends, and all those who've been impacted by the Tragedy in a Florida school shooting. My hope is that the United States will unite around this state to come up with solutions to protect all children from gun violence.
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Bargaining UnitsWhat is a Bargaining Unit?
California civil service employees are divided into 21 bargaining units, based on their community of interest with other employees in their unit. In labor law, a community of interest is when a group of employees share common interests in wages, hours and other conditions of employment. Other factors that reflect a community of interests for organizing purposes include:
Similarity in skills, interests, duties and working conditions;
The employers organizational and supervisory structure;
The bargaining history; and
The extent of union organization among the employees.
Under the California Dills Act, the authority to determine bargaining units is given to the Public Employee Relations Board (PERB).
Local 1000 represents 95,000 employees in nine bargaining units, making us the largest union for state employees in California and one of the largest public-sector unions in the country.
Local 1000 bargains on behalf of all of our represented units at a master table on issues affecting all units, such as health and welfare, retirement and layoffs. Our union also bargains on specific issues, such as classifications and post and bid, separately on behalf of specific bargaining unit.
Unit 1: Professional Administrative, Financial and Staff services
Unit 1Professional Administrative, Financial & Staff Services
Unit 1 includes accounting officers, auditors, analysts for all departments, employment program representatives at the Employment Development Department (EDD), disability evaluators at the Department of Health and Human Services (DHS), and information technology analysts and other professional classifications.
For general questions regarding Unit 1, firstname.lastname@example.org
Unit 3: Professional Educators and Librarians
Unit 3Professional Educators & Librarians
You can get in touch with any BU3 DBUR by contacting your DLC president or calling the Member Resource Center, 866 471 7348
Unit 3 includes teachers, specialists and librarians working in the: California Military Department (one worksite), Department of Rehabilitation (one worksite), Department of State Hospitals (five worksites), Department of Developmental Services (five worksites), California Department of Education (six worksites), CDCR Division of Juvenile Justice (five worksites), CDCR Division of Adult Institutions (thirty four worksites)
Unit 4: Office and Allied Workers
Unit 4Office & Allied Workers
Unit 4 includes program assistants, program/tax technicians, key data operators, word processing technicians, stock clerks and other classifications. This unit also represents toll collectors and DMV employees across the state.
Unit 11: Engineering and Scientific Technicians
Unit 11Engineering & Scientific Technicians
Unit 11 members work in a wide array of state departments including Caltrans, Department of Fish and Game, Department of Water Resources, and the Department of Food and Agriculture.
View a graph of all the departments that are part of Unit 11
For general questions regarding Unit 11, email@example.com.
Unit 14: Printing Trades
Unit 14Printing Trades
Unit 14 includes employees at the Office of State Publishing where the state budget, bills and laws and other state documents are printed. This unit also includes printers and graphic artists in individual departments throughout the state.
Unit 15: Allied Service Workers
Unit 15Allied Service Workers
Unit 15 includes civil service custodians who clean various state buildings, laundry workers, supervising cooks, and food services workers in the prisons and other state institutions.
Unit 17: Registered Nurses
Unit 17Registered Nurses
Unit 17 includes registered nurses who work in California prisons, veterans homes, developmental centers, mental health hospitals, departments of healthcare services and public health, special schools and other departments that serve Californians.
Unit 20: Medical and Social Services Specialists
Unit 20Medical & Social Services Specialists
The purpose of Bargaining Unit 20 is to represent the LVNs, CNAs, Teaching Assistants, Dental Assistants, Pharmacy Technicians, Laboratory Technologists, Physical Therapists, Counselors, and many other medical and social service classifications working in prisons, veterans homes, developmental centers, state hospitals, special schools, and other departments for the State of California so they operate under a fair and legal contract, and are part of a strong member led union.
Unit 21: Educational Consultants and Librarians
Unit 21Educational Consultants & Librarians
The educational consultants and librarians of Unit 21 includes consultants who work with educational programs from pre-kindergarten through post-secondary or higher education, and the state librarians and archivists.
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