American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101

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American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101
American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 is listed in the Labor Organizations category in San Jose, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 is:
1150 N 1st St
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 998-2070
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On Workers’ Memorial Day, we mourn the dead, but will continue to fight like hell for the living. #IWD17 #WorkersMemorialDay


.@realDonaldTrump’s education plan threatens protections for public school students, does nothing to help them afsc.me/2pqjFeJ

President Donald Trump’s misguided executive order on education will re-assess the federal government’s role in public education. We believe the order won’t help students and ignores the vital role the government plays in protecting them.
President Donald Trump’s executive order on education is a shallow initiative that threatens protections for America’s public school students while doing nothing to help them.


RT @AFSCMEFL: Read @TDOnline column by @AFSCME's Pres. Saunders on the failure of #TrumpCare for working Americans & our retirees https://t…


On #WorkersMemorialDay, we mourn the dead, but will continue to fight like hell for the living. - #IWD17 twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


On #WorkersMemorialDay, check out key workplace safety facts & stats in the @AFLCIO report twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


On this #WorkersMemorialDay, we honor those who have died on the job and recommit to the fight for safe workplaces. afsc.me/2pcKAMR

AFSCME members do some of the most dangerous jobs in the country. That’s why today – Workers’ Memorial Day – we honor and remember those who’ve lost their lives on the job. We will never stop fighting for those whose safety and well-being depend on strong workplace regulations, as well as on their ability to make their voices heard through their unions.
On this Workers’ Memorial Day, we honor those who have died on the job and strengthen our commitment to fight for safe workplaces.

We are excited to announce the launch of AFSCME.org/now! AFSCME Now is a new online member hub dedicated to you. It’s a place for and about AFSCME members. It is also about giving you news and information on the issues that affect you on the job and at home. And it’s about giving you that extra you deserve -- with the latest member benefits for you and your family -- from free college, to student loan forgiveness to travel discounts so you can take that vacation you deserve resources.

AFSCME members in Louisiana are taking decisive action to improve their communities and workplaces. They advocated successfully to remove violent clients from Louisiana’s last state-run facility for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Just last week, some members testified before powerful state legislators about the critical need to improve funding for public services.
To stop violent attacks, employees of Louisiana’s Pinecrest Supports and Services Center used their union, and the news media, to get the word out.