San Francisco IT Members Work Around the Clock to Open the New Acute Trauma Center at Hospital
The new Acute Trauma Center at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFGH) opened on May 21, the culmination of years of planning and work. Local 21 San Francisco IT...
PACE Reaches Tentative Agreement
After more than six months of negotiations, the PACE Bargaining Team and the Alameda County Social Services Agency reached a Tentative Agreement for a new Memorandum Of...
Local 21 and SF's Public Employee Committee (PEC) Take Aim at Limiting Sutter Medical
Local 21, along with other San Francisco city employee unions is launching a multi-union campaign to stop Sutter Health Plus (HMO) from becoming a new health insurance option...
San Jose Measure B Settlement Agreement
Watch the video for a detailed look at the Tentative Agreement by Local 21 Attorney Chris Platten.
Local 21 News

Laborfest Celebrates Workers with More than 50 Events in July


This year Laborfest is highlighting 100 years of working people’s history. The fest includes more than 50 events over the course of the month around the Bay Area.

What Do You Want Discussed in the Next Labor/Management Meeting?


On June 14, Local 21 met with Department of Human Resources (DHR) representatives for the quarterly Union/ City Relations Committee (UCRC). The UCRC is a diplomatic forum where Local 21 and management sit down to discuss issues that arise which may not be appropriate for the grievance process, but can benefit from mutual discussion and problem solving.

Retirement Subcommittee Deliberates Over the Future of Guns in City Retirement Investments


The Retirement Subcommittee of the Chapter Presidents Advisory Council (CPAC) was formed to monitor the San Francisco Employee Retirement Fund (SFERS) and advocate for action on retirement issues important to Local 21 members. The Committee meets monthly to discuss SFERS investments, SFERS board actions, and make recommendations regarding retirement issues to the SF Council, if necessary.