We know that SEIU-West members have hearts of gold. We see it in the jobs they do, the stories they tell, and the actions they take. We see purple out there helping communities every day.
SEIU-West and the Young Workers Committee has been working diligently to ensure those experiencing domestic violence do not face barriers to job security and their right to a safe working environment.
SEIU-West was proud to sponsor and march alongside the Metis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. (MACSI) at the annual Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness March on September 8, 2017.
"The work we do brings meaning to my life" - Jackie.
"I take pleasure in the important communication that is involved with Care Aide work" - Cheryl.
"We are lucky to have health care that does not discriminate on income - public health care matters" - Leona, Phlebotomist at Canadian Blood Services.
"I try to give the best care that I can for the residents - and I love to make them laugh!" - Maria.
"When former clients tell me how well they're doing, it makes me realize that we do make a difference" - Jeanette Quaal, Addictions Counsellor at Sask Impaired Driver Treatment Centre.
"Mark takes pride in creating an aesthetically pleasing learning atmosphere for the students to learn in and staff to work in" - as described by Chris Mulhall, fellow SEIU-West member.
"I value being a part of the facility staff" - Hal Satter, Facility Assistant at Oman School.