Local 100 has a diverse membership in Louisiana. What most of our members have in common, though, is that our employers either are governmental bodies or they receive a large part of their revenues from governmental bodies. That means that if we get organized, we can win the power to hire and fire some of our bosses (through the electoral process) or to force our bosses to pay a living wage (by passing legislation or ordinances). But as individuals, we are powerless and unable to win basic improvements to our working conditions.
Across the state, low-wage workers are organizing to win living wages and dignity and respect on the job.
Working together, we can build the power to WIN LIVING WAGES for all public service workers in Louisiana.
PUBLIC SERVICE WORKERS ORGANIZING FOR POWER
DIGNITY AND RESPECT!
City and Parish Employees
Nursing Home Workers