Our Union represents more than 45,000 long-term care workers providing quality home care, nursing home care, and residential services in Washington and Montana.
Since being founded in 2002, by uniting together, standing strong, and making our voices heard, caregivers have doubled those wages – and experienced caregivers earn even more. But we’re not stopping there! Every time we go back to the bargaining table, we’re fighting for better wages, healthcare, PTO, paid family leave, L&I, retirement, and the right for those we care for to live dignified lives.
Not only does being a part of our Union mean you have benefits, but you also have representation and rights. Whether you’ve experienced issues with your paycheck or had unfair terminations or disciplinary action against you in your career with the State of Washington or Montana, your agency, or your nursing home — you have the right to representation should any of this happen to you.
Our Union is made of and for caregivers, from our democratically elected board, to the members of our bargaining teams. Caregivers make our Union strong.
Our mission is to unite the strength of all working people and their families, to improve their lives and lead the way to a more just and humane world.