In an extraordinary conversation, AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders sat with the leaders of three of the country’s largest unions, discussing solidarity, the fight for public workers, rights and the might of sisterhood.
What motivates you to become AFSCME Strong? Every American deserves a good union job with fair pay, security and healthcare. But it’s what we’re losing. The threat is real. AFSCME Strong is our plan.
This is our plan to make our union stronger. This is our plan to make sure that politicians are working for the middle class. This is AFSCME Strong.
Hundreds of new and young AFSCME activists gathered in St. Louis at the fourth national Next Wave Assembly to exchange ideas and strategies for building a stronger union. Check out the highlights here.
Members from California and Hawaii assembled in San Diego for a three day AFSCME strong training to learn the skills needed to protect our future.
Stephanie Davis would much rather spend a quiet weekend at home than having one-on-one conversations with strangers. But the AFSCME Strong training changed that.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan should have thought to ask Manisha Patel how she felt about her job before he tried to outsource it to a private contractor. Then he would have learned that to Patel, a food service worker at Springfield Hospital Center in Sykesville, her work is more than just a job.
After an intensive AFSCME Strong training session, AFSCME Florida leaders across North Florida are taking lessons they learned back to their fellow members.
The Supreme Court handed labor unions a major victory, deadlocking 4 to 4 in a case that had threatened to cripple the ability of public-sector unions to collect fees from workers who chose not to join and did not want to pay for collective bargaining.READ ARTICLE
Randon “Randy” Procious, a member of Local 2206 (Pennsylvania Council 13), made sure to be first in line to register at our 42nd International Convention. It’s a distinction in which Procious takes special pride.SEE POST · Share
Stephanie Davis would much rather spend a quiet weekend at home than having one-on-one conversations with strangers. But the AFSCME Strong training changed that.SEE POST · Share
After an intensive AFSCME Strong training session, AFSCME Florida leaders across North Florida are taking lessons they learned back to their fellow members.SEE POST · Share
Minnesota state patrol vehicle inspector Jim Ullmer Jr. recently traveled 1,009 miles to talk to members. He’s AFSCME Strong!SEE POST · Share
Members of New York’s CSEA Local 1000 recently signed more than 1,800 Never Quit campaign cards, demonstrating their commitment to their union.SEE POST · Share
At the correctional institution where Phil Morris is president of OCSEA Chapter 8310, AFSCME membership is at 100 percent.SEE POST · Share