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AFSCME members Dawn Bundick of Alaska and Chris Woloscuk of Florida are veterans and public service employees – two facts that make them especially vulnerable as the COVID-19 pandemic ravages the U

LOS ANGELES – In a union election victory 17 years in the making, child care providers across California have 

AFSCME New Jersey Council 63 is always here for its members, and we know that your needs don't just stop at union issues.

Despite high levels of stress on the job, many state and local workers say they highly value serving the public and their communities and feel generally satisfied with their jobs.

This finding, from a national survey commissioned by the National Institute on Retirement Security, will not surprise many AFSCME members, who work in state, county and local governments and never quit on their communities.

AFSCME members who work in health care and social services jobs face workplace violence daily. Now they are closer to having it.

Election Day 2019 was a big victory for working families. In states and cities across the country, they made their voices heard, electing pro-worker candidates for state and local government and providing further evidence of growing political momentum for working people.

Election Day is THIS Tuesday, and we want to make our voices heard.

Last year, nearly half a million workers went on strike across the nation, the largest number since 1986, when the country’s union membership rate was considerably higher (17.5%) than it was in 2018 (10.5%).

By now, you've probably heard of Senator Sweeney's proposed legislation called the Path to Progress, but what is it, really? Watch below to see Executive Director Steve Tully explain what the Path to Progress REALLY is, and how it would be a disaster for union members across the state.