Afscme

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Afscme
Afscme is listed in the Labor Organizations category in Elk Grove, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Afscme which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Afscme on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Afscme is:
8788 Elk Grove Blvd
Elk Grove, CA 95624
(916) 714-6373
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Social Posts for Afscme


Federal hiring freeze to hit rural and minority communities the hardest afsc.me/2mcsXcb


RT @WestPutAFLCIO: Delaware Toll Worker Shorted, Gets Retroactive Pay for 8 years w @AFSCME Council 81 power. afscme.org/blog/toll-work…


RT @DistCouncil37: Clogging the swamp. cc @AFSCME @AFSCMEMN5 @afscmecouncil13 twitter.com/davidsirota/st…

AFSCME-Florida is kicking off a campaign aimed at persuading more working people – particularly state employees – to become members so they can gain the protections offered by a strong contract. Our affiliates in the Sunshine State are undeterred by the challenges inherent in expanding in a so-called “right-to-work” state like Florida. AFSCME Florida is determined to build on growth it achieved last year.
Florida AFSCME is looking for a few – make that many more – working people to reap the benefits of a strong contract and is working to build on membership growth it achieved last year.


RT @GeoffDMN: "I'm a public worker. I'm afraid what's happening to Iowa workers is going to happen here" #mn02 #mnleg @AFSCME @AFSCMEMN5 ht…


RT @wfsec28: Key WA senator speaks common sense on funding SE contracts/raises. wfse.org/index.cfm?zone…

“We must be on our guard against being fooled by false slogans, such as ‘Right-to-Work.’ This high-sounding label does not mean what it says. It is a dishonest twisting of words with the aim of making a vicious law sound like a good law.” - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“By irresponsibly using dedicated public service workers as a fiscal scapegoat, Governor Rauner has given union members in Illinois state government no choice but to vote on whether to authorize a strike.” — AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders
Saunders: Governor Rauner has given union members in state government no choice but to vote on whether to authorize a strike.

“Private prisons are dangerous and overcrowded, with inexperienced staff and unsanitary conditions. At all levels of government, we should be phasing them out, not propping them up.” — Lee Saunders
Statement on the Justice Department’s reversal of the Obama Administration decision to phase out the federal government’s use of private prisons.

An overwhelming majority of Illinois state workers voted to give their bargaining committee the authority to call a strike if necessary. The vote comes after Gov. Bruce Rauner broke off negotiations with the union more than a year ago and has refused to meet with the AFSCME bargaining committee since then.
In the first-ever strike authorization vote, 81 percent of Illinois state workers voted to give their bargaining committee the authority to call a strike if necessary.