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Clark County

Clark County LogoClark County is the nation’s 13th most populous and home to three-quarters of Nevada’s residents. Nearly 2 million live here, and we host almost 50 million tourists annually. SEIU Nevada members play a critical role in every aspect of life in the region.

SEIU Nevada Representation: 4,589 (as of May 2, 2014)

Notable Work Sites: Department of Aviation (McCarran International Airport), Parks & Recreation, Public Work, Water Reclamation District, District Courts, Department of Juvenile Justice

Please scroll down to see the latest news about our Clark County Chapter.

Clark County – Supervisory Bargaining Unit 

Vice President  Mark Matthews

Chief Steward  Michelle Maese

Steward Roshanda Tillman

702-806-9503 rotilly15@hotmail.com

Steward Tammy Hansen

702-339-8749 tammyjoseiu@yahoo.com

Clark County – Non Supervisory Bargaining Unit 

Vice President  Brenda Marzan

Steward Dan Moylan

702-219-8518  Dannyboylv1989@gmail.com

General Unit 

Chief Steward Brent Miller

702-542-6952 beealan3101@gmail.com

Steward Tabitha Bell

702-461-4858 ms.tabitha.bell@gmail.com

Steward Robert Costello

702-265-8419 bob8377@cox.net

Steward Syed Hyder

562-331-5719 shyder@yahoo.com

Steward Demond Palmer

702-416-3614 palmerdemond@gmail.com

General Unit Non-Supervisory

Steward Julia Haro

702-478-0370 haro.julia@gmail.com

Steward Marisa Craig

702-292-4619

Steward Algernon Harrison

702-686-7417 al.harrison.702@gmail.com

Steward Cricket Russell

702-455-4051

Steward Fabiola Pavel 

702-335-7939 fabpavel@gmail.com

Steward Brenda Whitfield

702-279-7025 bwhitfield411@gmail.com

Steward Kevin Carey

702-455-7507 carey.kevinscott@gmail.com

Department of Family Services/Department of Juvenile Justice Services 

Chief Steward Keishe Caruthers

702-557-3225 kcaruthers@seiu1107.org

Most-Recent Contracts

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Clark County Contract Details

Expiring Contracts

Contract (Supervisory) 2015-2017     Contract (Non-Supervisory) 2015-2017

Below, you will find the tentative agreement between SEIU 1107 and County of Clark. The tentative agreement is subject to ratification by both parties.

New Terms of Agreement (Supervisory & Non-Supervisory)

Additional Terms of Agreement (Supervisory)

CONTRACT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Three-year contract term effective July 1, 2017.
  • Two percent (2%) cost of living increase guaranteed for all employees.
  • We will reopen negotiations each of the following two years to bargain over wages and an additional article.
  • We fought back–and won–to keep our merit payments and step increases. We also added guarantees that our reviews and salary adjustment payments will be timely.

CONTRACT IMPROVEMENTS

  • Improved language on certification pay and added protection for increases for CDLs and physicals.
  • Maintained current time and attendance procedures, including daily overtime.
  • Added payments for tools and supplies and added provisions/equipment to be paid by County.
  • Strengthened our voice by improving the procedures for use of labor management in supervisory and non-supervisory contracts.
  • No change to the current substance abuse policy.
  • SEIU Nevada members and representatives will now get advance notice of any new classification or positions or any modifications, changes or deletions of classifications or positions.
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Clark County Workers Overwhelmingly Ratify Agreement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, June 15
CONTACT: Karen Backus, Karen.backus@seiu.org

SEIU Nevada Local 1107 members vote overwhelmingly to approve quality services contract with Clark County

Agreement provides stronger voice to workers who keep the county running

LAS VEGAS, NV—The hard-working women and men who keep Clark County running, who maintain our streets and ensure our water is safe to drink, have voted by a margin of 96% to approve a new collective bargaining agreement between the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Nevada Local 1107 and Clark County.

“We stuck together as co-workers, generated thousands of calls to the Board of Commissioners, and rallied at the Government Center to move beyond impasse—when not a single agreement with the county could be reached,” said Brenda Marzan, a senior business systems analyst and vice president of the non-supervisory unit at Clark County. “We’ve secured a good contract by the June 30 deadline that allows us to advance our work and build a better future for our families.”

Following Thursday’s vote count, Michelle Maese, a family services supervisor and member of the union bargaining committee shared how union members turned out in historically high numbers to vote for the three-year agreement. “I’m excited that we’ve won a contract that will strengthen our voice to provide high quality services to all who live, work and visit our community,” stated Maese.

The collective bargaining agreement between SEIU Nevada and Clark County covers more than 5,000 supervisory and non-supervisory employees who provide public services throughout the Las Vegas valley, including the Department of Aviation (McCarran International Airport), Parks & Recreation, Public Works, Water Reclamation District, District Courts and the Department of Juvenile Justice.

The new contract runs through June 30, 2020.

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SEIU Nevada 1107 represents 18,000 hard working Nevadans in the public sector and at major hospitals across the state. They include nurses, health care workers, clerical staff, social workers, and maintenance workers. Visit www.seiunv.org to find out more about the people who care for all Nevadans.

 

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Final Agreement Reached with Clark County

VOTE JUNE 13-15 FOR A STRONGER VOICE FOR QUALITY SERVICES

We have reached a final tentative agreement with Clark County for a three-year contract that will give us a stronger voice to provide high quality public services, just policies and supports to do our best work and advance in our jobs, and a 2% cost of living increase in the first year with a wage opener for the second and third year.

We stood united with our co-workers, generated thousands of calls to the Board of Commissioners, and rallied at the Government Center to move beyond impasse–when not a single agreement with the county could be reached–to securing a contract before the June 30th deadline.

CONTRACT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Three-year contract term effective July 1, 2017.
  • Two percent (2%) cost of living increase guaranteed for all employees.
  • We will reopen negotiations each of the following two years to bargain over wages and an additional article.
  • We fought back–and won–to keep our merit payments and step increases. We also added guarantees that our reviews and salary adjustment payments will be timely.

CONTRACT IMPROVEMENTS

  • Improved language on certification pay and added protection for increases for CDLs and physicals.
  • Maintained current time and attendance procedures, including daily overtime.
  • Added payments for tools and supplies and added provisions/equipment to be paid by County.
  • Strengthened our voice by improving the procedures for use of labor management in supervisory and non-supervisory contracts.
  • No change to the current substance abuse policy.
  • SEIU Nevada members and representatives will now get advance notice of any new classification or positions or any modifications, changes or deletions of classifications or positions.

For clarification of any contract changes, ask a member of the bargaining team or attend a general membership meeting at the union hall on Monday, June 12 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

We encourage all SEIU Nevada Local 1107 members to vote Tuesday, June 13 through Thursday, June 15.

LOCATIONS AND TIMES:
Tuesday, June 13
Wednesday, June 14
Thursday, June 15
*Check back as more locations and times are being added.

Please bring a county ID or photo ID. If you haven’t already joined our union, you will have the opportunity to sign up on-site before voting.

Expiring Contract

Contract (Supervisory) 2015-2017     Contract (Non-Supervisory) 2015-2017

Below, you will find the tentative agreement between SEIU 1107 and County of Clark. The tentative agreement is subject to ratification by both parties.

New Terms of Agreement (Supervisory & Non-Supervisory)

Additional Terms of Agreement (Supervisory)

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Clark County Bargaining Underway!

SEIU Nevada is negotiating a new agreement with Clark County.

The parties submitted and discussed ground rules at the first bargaining session on January 18th.

The Bargaining team presented Article 42, Shift Assignment, as the first proposal to be negotiated.  The Union is working to ensure that assignments are made in a fair and standard process throughout the County.

The next bargaining sessions are scheduled on January 30 and February 8 at the Clark County Government Center.  Show your support and Purple Up! 

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By Popular Demand! Clark County On-Line Bargaining Survey Extended

Click here to take the Clark County Bargaining Survey.  Thanks!

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Water Rec Food Drive!

Clark County Water Rec employees in Laughlin donate more than 1,000 pounds of food to the Colorado River Food Bank! Wow!14485063_10154540051591838_5521355095927095698_n

 

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Judges’ Orders Pave Way for Clark County to Make Good on Unpaid Raises

For Immediate Release – August 5, 2016
 
Imagine getting a raise from your employer, who then refuses to pay!  That’s the situation some 1,600 Clark County workers found themselves in until this week.  
 
Clark County’s interpretation of SB 241, a law passed by the 2015 Nevada Legislature, prompted County Manager Don Burnette to renege on pay increases due employees with anniversary or hire dates between June 1 through August 24, 2015.  
 
Burnette claimed employees were not covered by a collective bargaining agreement during that interim, and not entitled to raises, per the provisions of SB 241.  
 
Now, in two separate cases, District Court Judges Rob Bare and Linda Bell have ruled counter to the county’s interpretation of its collective bargaining agreement with the Service Employees International Union Nevada Local 1107.  
 
“Employees with June anniversary or hire dates have just received their back pay – increases they were due a year ago!  We are hopeful the latest order from Judge Rob Bare will prompt the County to do the same for employees with anniversary or hire dates between July 1 and August 24 of last year,” said SEIU Nevada President Cherie Mancini. “While the delay has been a hardship for our members, the real losers are Clark County taxpayers, who paid attorneys handsomely to wage an unsuccessful fight against the county’s own employees.”  
 
SEIU 1107 represents 18,000 hardworking Nevadans in the public sector and at major hospitals across the state. They include nurses, health care workers, clerical staff, social workers, and maintenance workers. Visit www.seiunv.org to find out more about the people who care for all Nevadans.
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