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Virginia Workers Building Power

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Virginia Workers Building Power

Our Chapters

We are home care providers and public service employees dedicated to delivering quality services to Virginia families.

Home Care

The Home Care Chapter of SEIU Virginia 512 was founded in 2006. Today, we’re an active union of over 1,400 home care workers across our commonwealth.

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Home Care

Fairfax County

The Fairfax County Government Employees Union Chapter of SEIU Virginia 512 is a diverse and engaged union of more than 2,000 general county employees from across Fairfax County.

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Fairfax County

Loudoun County

The Loudoun Chapter of SEIU Virginia 512 represents dedicated Loudoun County employees, including nurses, social workers, mental health professionals, librarians, parks staff, maintenance workers, engineers, and more.

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Loudoun County

Richmond City

Richmond city workers are joining together in a union—just as millions of city workers have done all across the country—to negotiate for higher pay and a real say in important decisions that impact their jobs.

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Richmond City

Prince William County

Prince William County workers are joining together in a union—just as millions of county workers have done all across the country—to negotiate for higher pay and a real say in important decisions that impact our jobs.

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Prince William County

Services for Union Members

SEIU Virginia 512 members have access to various exclusive sources, benefits, and the expertise of our Member Services Director and Advocate. Learn more about what Member Services offer!

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McClellan: Richmond city workers are the lifeblood of our community. They deserve a voice on the job.

April 3, 2022

Senator McClellan calls for collective bargaining for city workers in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, writing, "Richmond can help secure a long-term workforce, and make sure its employees can afford to live in the city as well. This is an investment not just in our workers, but in our city’s long-term growth. It’s what’s best for Richmond; it’s what’s best for all of us. Let’s get it done."

McClellan: Richmond city workers are the lifeblood of our community. They deserve a voice on the job.

Union Members Call on General Assembly to Protect Our Progress, Invest in Workers

January 5, 2022

Union members called on the General Assembly to protect the progress they’ve made with essential workers over the past two years and to strive toward making Virginia the best state for workers.

Union Members Call on General Assembly to Protect Our Progress, Invest in Workers

Loudoun County Workers Make History, Win Strong Collective Bargaining Ordinance!

December 8, 2021

Now, let's transform these new rights into a real seat at the table!

Loudoun County Workers Make History, Win Strong Collective Bargaining Ordinance!

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Why public employees are joining

We are the union of public service workers in Virginia, uniting people who work for cities and counties all across the Commonwealth of Virginia to improve our jobs and the services we provide to our communities.

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Why public employees are joining