Recently, the Minnesota legislature helped unionize some 27,000 personal care assistants (PCAs) who take care of special-needs family members in the home.
Now, the SEIU is taking 3% of the public subsidy many of these home-care providers rely upon.
Decertification is the only way to get the SEIU out of the PCAs’ homes and wallets, the only way to legally and permanently liberate these home-care workers from fake union "representation."
PCAs have until December 2, 2016 to submit a signed authorization card saying that they don’t want the SEIU to represent them and that they want an opportunity to have a decertification election.
To submit your authorization card, fill out the form in the field provided. To ensure that the labor board receives all cards by the deadline, please mail your signed card by no later than November 20, 2016 to:
Douglas P. Seaton
Seaton, Peters & Revnew, P.A.
PO Box 390227
Edina, MN 55439
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You can also call us at (612) 460-5457.
Once you press the button above, a PDF version of the card will be created with your information and download to your computer. Please sign and date it, and mail it to Decertify, PO Box 390227, Edina, MN 55439.
“I am grateful for the public support we receive to help us care for our daughter. It's a government program that has worked wonderfully, allowing special needs individuals to be at home instead of an institution. I worry that a union will make this valuable program both less effective and more complicated.”
Kris Greene, Lakeville-area PCA