San Bernardino County caregivers plan March 12 rally for first pay raise in 9 years

As many as 200 people will march while supervisors meet.

San Bernardino County caregivers plan March 12 rally for first pay raise in 9 years

San Bernardino County caregivers, for low income seniors and people with disabilities, rally outside of the San Bernardino County Government Center in San Bernardino on Thursday, September 27, 2018. The march, from the SEIU Local 2015 office to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors’ offices, was held in support of higher pay and benefits for the caregivers including the delivery of 13,000 community petitions of support. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

San Bernardino County’s caregivers say they’re tired of playing nice.

So, on March 12, as many as 200 caregivers, their clients and other supporters plan to shut down part of Arrowhead Avenue during the Board of Supervisors’ meeting. Caregivers said the action was planned when they were unable to get a pay raise and better benefits during a recent bargaining session with the county.

Read the full article online at the sbsun.com.

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March 11th, 2019