Welcome to the SEIU Local 73 Family!
SEIU Local 73 represents more than 31,000 workers, primarily in public service and publicly funded positions in school districts, municipalities, social service agencies, and many other job classifications in Illinois and Indiana. Our members keep our buildings and communities safe and clean and our families healthy, they care for our children and our elderly, and keep our cities and states running.
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The Fight for Racial Justice
As a union, we have always believed that no matter where we come from or what we look like, we all deserve to work and live in dignity, live in safe and healthy communities, and have a chance to pursue our dreams. That’s why our union has established a Racial Justice Project.
SEIU Local 73 is an organization in which active members make a positive difference – where they work and where they live.
Take advantage of all the benefit programs – everything from insurance and credit cards to discounts on travel and everyday items. We’re proud to bring you this assortment of great benefits – at no cost or obligation – just for being an SEIU member!
Have you received your membership card yet? You should receive it within a month of signing your membership card. If you have not received it, please submit a request form and one will be mailed to you.
Member Action Center
MAC is the place where members take action to win in the workplace!
SEIU Code of Ethics
SEIU Local 73 takes its obligations under the SEIU Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest Policy very seriously. If you have a question or would like to file a confidential complaint, please contact Ethics Liaison Sam Hensel (email@example.com) or (312) 787-5868, ext. 7438.
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SEIU Local 73 represents more than 31,000 workers, primarily in public service and publicly funded positions in school districts, municipalities, social service agencies, and many other job classifications in Illinois and Indiana.