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  • If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that it’s so important for us employees to have a voice in the decision-making process. As they say, if we’re not at the table, we’re probably part of the menu, and I think the last number of years has been a good example of that.

    Amy Bacharach
    Amy Bacharach
  • In our work with the Judicial Council, we hear a lot about “Access to Justice,” about the council being concerned with equity and fairness in how people are treated in the California court system. We deserve no less as employees of the council who work hard to achieve that for others.

    Cristina Foti
    Cristina Foti
  • Most of us want to see a certain level of professionalism, accountability and transparency in our agency that just isn’t there now. The best way to achieve that is for us all to come together as Judicial Council employees and form a union. Our voices need to be heard.

    Michael Roosevelt
    Michael Roosevelt
  • Times have changed and the dynamics of our agency have changed. As public servants, we serve and look after the interests of the public. However, who is looking after our interest? My mother used to say if it isn’t broke don’t fix it…after eight years of service to the AOC & Judicial Council, I can’t honestly say it isn’t broken. The future of the agency and its landscape shall be determined by the actions we take today to raise standards of tomorrow. I love the agency too much not to do something, as it has given me eight of the best years of my existence. Together we can improve our agency and ensure a brighter tomorrow for the citizens of California. Our voices deserve to be heard and presently they are not.

    Theida Salazar
    Theida Salazar
  • There is no doubt that being represented by Local 1000 has benefited State Bar employees over the years. In 2014, we negotiated a strong three-year contract with pay raises and pension protections. We encourage Judicial Council employees to join us to stand together for a better future for state employees.

    Kim Kasreliovich
    Kim Kasreliovich Deputy Trial Counsel, State Bar of California, Attorney Unit Steward
  • We are ready to represent you in the workplace, at the bargaining table and in your community, because we believe all Californians have the right to a good life and income security while they’re working and after they retire.

    Yvonne R. Walker
    Yvonne R. Walker SEIU Local 1000 President