Sierra Vista Behavioral Health Center

3455 E. Highland Ave.
Highland, CA 92346
(909) 862-6454

Union Representative/Organizer
Russel Main
(626) 272-9047
mainr@seiu121rn.org

Bargaining Update – RATIFIED! We know we could!

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We reach **TENTATIVE AGREEMENT** in contract negotiations!

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Bargaining Update – Patients Deserve Experienced RNs!

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Bargaining Update: We’ve proposed new wage scales!

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Bargaining Update – 6-29-2018

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Take a moment to complete our Bargaining Survey

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Title 22 requires safe ratios…and the law is on our side if we refuse to violate those ratios

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Announcing Chapter Officer Elections

Now accepting nominations for SEIU 121RN Chapter Officers! Nomination petitions are due by March 12, so start getting your required signatures now. Return to a Union Steward or to our Union Representative.

What You Need to Know about Ebola

UPDATE: The CDC issued an infographic for healthcare workers, “Could It Be Ebola?” On October 15, Cal/OSHA issued an Interim Guidance document on Ebola. Click here to read it. The University of Nebraska Medical Center created two illustrated guides to …

Sierra Vista Rehab RNs Win Raises, Improved Working Conditions

Registered Nurses at Sierra Vista Rehabilitation Center in Highland, CA, ratified their first contract with management in August. Four nurses originally approached SEIU 121RN about joining 121RN in 2012 because they were working nearly non-stop with lower pay than comparable facilities and few benefits. Now with five RNs in the Bargaining Unit, the nurses will be placed on an initial years of experience wage scale, and will receive across-the-board raises of 1 percent twice a year, for a total of up to 18 percent over the four-year contract.