Who is ULU Local 100?

Local 100’s mission is to organize and represent unorganized service sector workers in the middle south states of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas, and allow our members to create a vehicle to allow them a clear voice and real power in their workplace and their communities.  After more than 25 years as an SEIU local, in October 2009 Local 100 became independent again. Please become a fan on of Local 100 ULU on Facebook!

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Rescare Bargaining Committee PDF Print E-mail
Bus Drivers Win Raise in Dallas County PDF Print E-mail

Local 100 organizers signed up 25 new bus drivers members at DCS on August 6. Members want working air conditioners on all buses and were real happy with our organizing committee playing a big part in getting all employees a 3% pay raise.


New Three Year Contract in Shreveport for Head Start Workers PDF Print E-mail

On January 30 the Local 100 bargaining committee agreed to a new three year contract which will extend the contract for a total for a total of seven years. We recieved increased job protections and a clearer understanding of the rights of baragining unit employees when called into a meeting that may result discpline.


from left Bargaining Committee members - Sandra Williams, Jacqueline Danvenport, Jeanetta Tyson, Angela Adkins & Local 100 Chief Organizer Wade Rathke


from left: Orell Fitzsimmons, Local 100 Field Director, Bargaining Committee members Sandra Williams, Angela Adkins, & Jeanetta Tyson.

"With what is happening in the U.S. Congress there is no better time than now to have a strong Union at a Head Start agency. We must be a voice to protect Head Start against the powers in Congress that wish to put an end to the whole agency" said Angela Adkins, Chief Steward at CCAA Head Start. 

Local 100 Leadership Conference PDF Print E-mail

July 21st, 2012 ~ Local 100 members from Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas as well as members from A Community Voice attended the Local 100 Leadership Conference this weekend in New Orleans. Members participated in workshops on Community Unionism and grievance training.  In addition, the head of the Louisiana Democratic Party and Louisiana State Senator Karen Carter-Peterson shared information with the group on the impact of state Medicaid and healthcare cuts. 







ResCare Baton Rouge Bargained a new Contract PDF Print E-mail
darlene wilkins and michael tippens bargaining session 3.2012
Darlene Wilkins, Michael Tippens, and Antoinette Lee (not pictured) represented the bargaining unit at ResCare Baton Rouge by successfully bargaining a new contract.  The wages increased significantly for the majority of the workers and the accrual system for Paid Time Off increased as well.  This was a great win for Baton Rouge workers!
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