A Children’s Holiday Day of Giving Event TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Unions are coming together to host a festive Day of Giving with TOYS, handmade stockings, a ready-to-heat Spin Catering family meal, parents’ gifts & more! Presents from Partners volunteers will personally deliver your family’s toys and gifts right to your doorstep! This toy delivery event will be on December
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Join us on 12/1 to watch the Board of Commissioners will vote to ratify our contract! Attendance is on your own time. Thursday, December 1, 2022, 9 am – 12 pm during the regular Board of Commissioners meeting. (Watch for the agenda for a better idea of the time.) In Person: Multnomah Building, 501 SE Hawthorne
Good news: You will be mailed a check for $200 sometime after 12/23/22. Checks will be mailed to your home address and are not subject to payroll taxes. These monies are the result of a class action settlement brought by AFSCME on behalf of union members employed at Multnomah County. Read more details here.
Now that we have ratified our agreement, it is time for us to switch gears and move to another important segment: Market Adjustment Bargaining, (Local 88 Contract, Article 14, I, C). Typically, these bargaining sessions take place in odd numbered years. However, part of our economic settlement with the County includes the ability to review
Our new 3-year contract was ratified by our members. This document contains important language improvements and increased compensation. We will fight for and win more benefits for union members beginning in the new year. The county board of commissioners will vote to ratify the contract 12/1/22. Once it is fully ratified, we will move into
Read the Tentative Agreement (TA) Frequently Asked Questions Looking for more about the implementation of the $20 minimum wage? Look no further–you found it! Watch the Bargaining Updates page for more information about the Tentative Agreement (TA) and ratification.
Labor’s Community Service Agency (LCSA) supports union families when they need it, now it’s our turn to step up and support them. Donations are urgently needed to help families this holiday season. LCSA assists members struggling with: Providing meals for their families Providing gifts for children in need this Holiday season Providing safety-net resources through
UPDATED 11/3/2022: Congrats on your contract ratification, TPI Workers United! AFSCME Local 88-3 TPI Workers United voted to ratify a new contract! Read about it in Northwest Labor Press. When we fight, we win! We stood together, and were ready to take action – and we now have a great tentative agreement that will make
Meet Rosa Garcia, DEI Manager and newly elected Trustee for AFSCME Local 88. Watch for Rosa’s introduction to appear in an upcoming edition of Northwest Labor Press. Rosa Garcia, AFSCME Local 88 DEI Manager and Trustee My name is Rosa Garcia and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I was born in Mexico in Portland’s sister city