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Each night, toss in everything your child will wear tomorrow (including the packed, zipped school bag). Better to find missing socks and debate which clothes are appropriate in the evening than do it when the school bus is on its way.. SEIU Local 434B in Los Angeles, which represents 105,000 home care workers in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, has been recruiting UDW members in Riverside County and other UDW jurisdictions around the state, according to the American Federation of State, County Municipal Employees union, or AFSCME.Alleging financial mismanagement by UDW officials, AFSCME won a federal court order June 30 to place the UDW into a trusteeship.AFSCME protested the recruiting raids in late July after it learned that SEIU organizers were attempting to convert some of UDW 40,000 statewide members into SEIU members.SEIU organizers have approached workers in several UDW assigned counties in an attempt to reregister them, said AFSCME spokeswoman Jodi Sakol.The ruling come after some former UDW recruiters went to work for the SEIU. AFSCME contends that those workers as well as former UDW officers Ken Seaton Msemaji and Fahari Jeffers have been trying to lure UDW members to SEIU, which would be a violation of the June 30 court order.AFSCME said some SEIU employees, including Seaton Msemaji and Jeffers, have misrepresented themselves as belonging to the UDW as they solicit its members for SEIU membership."Neither Fahari nor I have represented ourselves as UDW officers since AFSCME took over, nor have we been involved in SEIU organizing activities," Seaton Msemaji said.The SEIU UDW battle has taken place during a tumultuous time in which SEIU has been moving away from affiliation with the AFL CIO.After threatening to split for months, SEIU resigned its AFL CIO affiliation in late July along with two other larger unions, the Teamsters and the United Food Commercial Workers.SEIU President Andy Stern had assured other unions that it would not be poaching members from their organizations but would instead seek to organize nonunion workers."Their first effort out of the box is to go after workers who already have a union," Sakol said.Have a heightened sense of alertness to make sure we doing everything we can to protect patients, said Dr. Andy Smith, the hospitals chief medical executive, adding that immunization rates for staff caring for the hospital most vulnerable patients is close to 90 per cent.