SEIU Secretary-Treasurer's Office: International Executive Board Records
The International Executive Board (I. E. B.) is the final authority and the highest governing body of the union. Some of its duties include: hearing and ruling on appeals of affiliates and their members or officers, protecting the rights and privileges of its members, adopting, repealing and amending policies and procedures for the union, establishing and approving financial transactions, taking legal action to protect or otherwise advance the interests of the union, commenting on matters of national and international consequence, considering and pursuing affiliations between SEIU and other organizations or bodies, and generally guiding, managing and directing the activities and affairs of the union and its affiliates. The records of the I.E.B. reflect many of the changes of the union from 1921 until 1996, including its expansion in membership and name change. Materials include meeting minutes, reports, agenda, correspondence, notes, and other material related to the activities and concerns of the International Executive Board.
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