To Innercare management,

As an organization dedicated to serving the needs of our community, we ask Management to respect our collective choice as employees to form our union.

Workers at Innercare facilities have thoughtfully deliberated on this decision and filed for our union with majority support across Innercare. Our union is not a third party; we are representing ourselves. We are the union.

Management is attempting to intimidate us by unjustly firing leaders in our Organizing Committee. Each person at Innercare has the right to discuss unionizing at work; this is protected speech under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act.

This unlawful retaliation is an attempt to minimize our collective voice and is a transparent effort to interfere with our ability to collectively bargain for a contract that guarantees us the dignity and respect at Innercare that we and our patients deserve.

Here are our requests:

Management reinstate the workers who have been fired under false pretenses, and cease all retaliation against workers for union activity.

Management voluntarily recognize our union, as we filed for an election with majority support.

If Management insists on an election, we request complete neutrality — without captive audience meetings, threats, intimidation, coercion, or misinformation disseminated by Management.

A strong majority of us have decided we are forming our union. We will continue to demonstrate through this election process that we are united to improve conditions for ourselves, our coworkers, and our patients.

In This Together,
The SEIU-UHW Organizing Committee at Innercare