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San Francisco Home Care Workers Demand that Former Union Officials Come Clean
Date:9/15/2009

Caregivers say it's time for Sal Rosselli and others to admit they came up far short in a bid to woo SEIU-UHW members

Ousted officials have now been rejected by more than 35,000

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Home care workers demanded today that an organization created by former union officials acknowledge that it failed in its attempt to force a new union election. The San Francisco workers say they overwhelmingly want to stay with their current union, Service Employees International Union, United Healthcare Workers West (SEIU-UHW).

The failure to even get an election in their home base in San Francisco is a major blow to the former SEIU-UHW officials, who in eight months have failed to attract any members to their struggling organization, which is now facing major internal problems and personnel defections.

"For months we have been telling them to go away - that we are happy with SEIU-UHW - but they kept bothering us and bothering us," said Dedria Smith, a San Francisco Home Care worker for the past eight years. "Now it's time for them to admit they are unwanted, that they didn't come close to getting the signatures they needed, and leave us alone so we can work through our union to protect our wages and healthcare benefits."

Over the past several months, Sal Rosselli, former president of SEIU-UHW, and other former union officials have been trying to collect signed cards for an election to "decertify" the workers' union. The former officials, who in January were removed from office in SEIU-UHW for, among other things, trying to transfer $3 million off the union's books, wanted some 22,000 San Francisco home care workers to switch to a new organization they are calling the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW).

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