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CCC 6/30/22 Rally Flyer

CCC Union Rally 6/30 11 am – 1 pm @Old Town Clinic

Central City Concern (CCC) Union Rally Thursday, 6/30/2022 11 am – 1 pm @Old Town Clinic – 727 W Burnside St We’ve worked for 3 years experiencing the physical, emotional, and financial effects of a pandemic and over 8% inflation. CCC says we deserve only a 3% raise. We’re telling CCC we deserve better! For

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Upcoming Events

  1. CANCELLED – Local 88 Executive Board Meeting

    July 6 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  2. CANCELLED – Local 88 General Membership Meeting

    July 20 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  3. Local 88 Executive Board Meeting

    August 3 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  4. Local 88 General Membership Meeting

    August 17 @ 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  5. Local 88 Executive Board Meeting

    September 7 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Member Benefits and Resources

AFSCME Free College Degree

For members and their family

Members and their family are eligible to receive a 2 year college degree.
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Member Resource

Get help, learn about training opportunities and benefits. Contact the AFSCME SMART Center.
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The AFSCME Advantage

Discounts and benefits for Union members!

Auto & home insurance, car loans, credit cards, lawyer assistance, and much more!
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AT&T Savings

Get 15% Off Your Bill

Members are eligible
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What We've Been Up To

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Fun at the Hops Game

On May 27th, Local 88 members, along with their families and friends, enjoyed a wonderful night out at the ballpark (complete with mariachi band and fireworks) to watch the Hillsboro Hops take on the Vancouver Canadians.  “Had a great time with everyone at the Hops game. Mariachi Band and fireworks were awesome. Thanks Local 88!”—Jennifer Robbins, Health Department

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Notice of Election: Rerun for AFSCME Local 88

By now you may have received an email from Trueballot asking you to vote for Local 88 Vice President and Convention Delegates. Union elections are all very important and we take them seriously. After receving the email last night we quickly realized that TrueBallot had omitted one of the candidate’s names from the list of candidates

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Bargaining Update 6/2/2022

Dear Local 88 Family, We bargained again with the County on May 19th and wrapped up a few housekeeping items and resolved some changes to our grievance process.  At this point both our Union and the County have submitted all of their proposals and below is a breakdown of our initial positions on key economic

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Lunch & Learn Hosted by the Health Department: New ADA Launch Pad

A new resource is available to help employees understand the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations process in the Multnomah County Health Department. The ADA Launchpad, available on Commons, provides a transparent, step-by-step overview of the entire process. Employees requesting accommodations and their managers will learn more about their roles and what to expect. Go

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Hillsboro Hops Tickets for 5/27

Come enjoy a fun night of baseball and fireworks with your fellow union members. Our union has 50 tickets for union members and their friends and family to attend the Hillsboro Hops game next Friday, May 27th at 6:35pm. The Hops will be wearing their Soñadores de Hillsboro uniforms and will be celebrating Mother’s Day

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Bargaining Update 5/12/2022

Our fight for a strong Union contract continues! During our bargaining session on May 5th, we discussed pay practices related to internal equity, vacation accrual, and essential employee status – specifically the County’s desire to expand requirements for employees during long-term natural disaster and community emergency events. Internal Pay Equity: The County looks like they are

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