Vermont Home Health Care Providers Vote for a Voice on the Job, Join AFSCME

October 4, 2013

After two years of organizing, more than 7,000 independent home care providers in Vermont have voted overwhelmingly to be represented by AFSCME Vermont Homecare United in negotiations with the state of Vermont. The vote, which concluded yesterday, marks a major milestone in the fight for home health care workers and is the largest organizing win in Vermont’s history. Out of the 7,500 eligible home care providers, 71% voted for AFSCME.

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