Large SEIU Union Uses eMembership Electronic Signatures for Rapid Janus Compliance

T he Supreme Court Janus Decision required unions representing government employees (including school employees) to re-establish their representation and dues deduction terms with their members. This called for rapid janus compliance in order to continue following regulations. Problem For one statewide local of 35,000 school employees, this was a daunting task. Sending an email to [...]

2024-01-30T16:48:48+00:00SEIU, Success Story|

SEIU Local 500 Uses eMembership Electronic Voting for Contract Ratification

T he Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is a labor union established in 1921 representing nearly two million workers across the United States and Canada. The Local 500 chapter started in the 1960s and currently represents workers across Washington D.C. and Maryland. Here, they used eMembership to achieve union ratification in their contracts. Problem Ratification [...]

2024-01-30T16:48:58+00:00SEIU, Success Story|

School Employee Union Uses eMembership App and Portal for Member Self-Service

This local was dedicating an enormous amount of time and expense to answering phone calls and emails from thousands of members instead of providing member self-service. Problem Supporting this effort was time-consuming and expensive. Solution The local implemented eMembership's Member Web Portal and also our Member Mobile App. The Portal is a password-protected website that [...]

West Coast Union Uses eMembership to Schedule and Manage Chapter Meetings

This statewide school employees local uses chapter meetings as its primary means of communicating with members. Union meetings are also used to encourage card signing by employees who are new to the bargaining unit. Problem Before eMembership, the chapters and home office did not share a common list of members or bargaining units, so invitations [...]

Northeast Local Uses eMembership for Member Outreach

W When a new position becomes available on a job, working members use the “availability list” on the local’s website to contact other qualified members. Problem This northeast local had been using postal mail or hand delivery to distribute important announcements, contractual paperwork, and membership cards to members. They were also distributing surveys and voting [...]

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