Who is ULU Local 100?

Local 100’s mission is to organize and represent unorganized service sector workers in the middle south states of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas, and allow our members to create a vehicle to allow them a clear voice and real power in their workplace and their communities.  After more than 25 years as an SEIU local, in October 2009 Local 100 became independent again. Please become a fan on of Local 100 ULU on Facebook!

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Protest to End Tax Cuts for the Rich PDF Print E-mail

Protesting at the Arkansas State Capitol members of Local 100 and ACO (Arkansas Community Organization) and in Pine Bluff, AR to end tax cuts for the richest 20% of Americans and to quit out sourcing our jobs. Member Brainard Bivens from Pine Bluff knows it takes all of us fighting together to keep our jobs and to make a difference.



Action at US Rep. Tim Griffin's Office PDF Print E-mail

Members of Local 100 and Arkansas Community Organizations (ACO) were out in front of U.S Rep Tim Griffin's office asking him to look out for the middle class and not millionaires. We also wanted Rep. Griffin to know that ending tax cuts for the rich 2% would increase revenue, and it would help states like Arkansas with medicaid and medicare. We also had a meeting with our members in Pine Bluff, along with ACO and other citizens from Pine Bluff. We wanted to inform the community about how the state wants to cut services, medicare and medicaid and long term care which will affect not only our members who work for the Department of Human Services and the people they serve. We know that our members do not want any cuts that may have an adverse impact on jobs and services.



Local 100 Welcomes New Members in Warren, Arkansas PDF Print E-mail

Great news from Warren, Arkansas where the Southeast Arkansas Human Development Center is located thanks to hard work from our two lead persons Ken Ridgell and Henrietta Collins. We were able to sign up 18 new people and we also have 6 other people who also are ready to become members. Local 100 making a difference in the state of Arkansas and ready to help our state workers.




Local 100 Arkansas Welcomes New Members PDF Print E-mail

These are the new faces of some of our newest members. These members are from the Warren Human Development Center where we added 8 new members. Also, Alexander Juvenile Center where we added two new members and added 5 from the Conway Human Development Center. We would also like to thank all the members of Local 100 Arkansas for their help and support during the Presidential election. So many of our members in Arkansas got out and made sure that they made phone calls and transported voters to the poles, so thank you for your hard work.   

We also want to thank Freda Holster from Dallas County DHS, who won a grievance after being suspended for five days. Not only were we able to get the suspension overturned, but she received five days of back pay. Local 100 has also been involved with talks with DHS administrators on various topics including pay raises, work loads performance evaluations and working environments  So, we look forward to getting back to meetings in December to get some of these topics resolved. Until next time, we will keep moving and keep growing.





Local 100 Welcomes New Members in Lonoke, Arkansas PDF Print E-mail

These 6 ladies are all smiles after becoming the newest members of Local 100 Arkansas. These ladies work for the Department of Human Services in Lonoke, Arkansas. They joined along with another co-worker who had to get back to work. So, we welcome them to the team, Local 100 a force to be reckoned with in the state of Arkansas.


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