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12/15/2004

TEMPS GAIN A VOICE

More than 200 temporary city employees in Palo Alto, Calif., became members of SEIU Local 715 after a campaign featuring community petition drives, community outreach and worker appearances at city council meetings. The council voted last week to recognize a new bargaining unit covering the workers. Meanwhile, a unit of nearly 100 nursing home employees at Haven Health Center of Farmington (Conn.) won union recognition from their employer Nov. 12 under a neutrality agreement with District 1199NE. A unit of 20 food service workers employed at a Haven subsidiary in Waterbury, Conn., were similarly recognized in September. In addition, a strong majority of 75 clinicians, case managers and administrative workers at Inter-Community Mental Health Group in East Hartford, Conn., voted Nov. 3 to join District 1199NE.

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