IFPTE Local 21 Santa Clara Valley Water District Chapters Win 4% Raises in New Four-Year Contract

03/30/2018

Santa Clara Valley Water District Local 21 members demonstrate how to win a good contract campaign through union solidarity.

Local 21 Unanimously Votes to Hire New Executive Director Debra Grabelle at Special Delegate Assembly

03/30/2018

Local 21 leaders from almost every chapter in the union voted to confirm the Executive Committee’s recommendation to hire Debra Grabelle as the new Local 21 Executive Director.

HSS is Auditing Employees Who Claim Spouses or Domestic Partners on their Health Insurance

03/19/2018

In April, the San Francisco Health Services System (HSS) will start doing a Dependent Eligibility Verification Audit of all city employees who cover their spouse or domestic partner on the city-provided health plan.

Member Concerned About Workplace Safety at SFPD

03/19/2018

Local 21 members are concerned about a health at SFPD. Four people in the office have developed cancer, and two have since died. Local 21 member Steve Senatori is concerned that EMF radiation could possibly have played a role.

Update your information and be entered to win a free ipad!

03/19/2018

Update your information and be entered to win a free ipad! Raffle runs from March 12- April 6.

Local 21 Worksite Meeting Schedule

03/19/2018

Local 21 has put a new focus on conducting worksite meetings as part of our Conversations and Cards Campaign to combat the effects of Janus v. AFSCME. Click for a link to our worksite meeting schedule, updated on an ongoing basis!

International Convention Election Results

03/07/2018

On Thursday, April 5, ballots were mailed to all members in good standing in the three contested regions: San Francisco, the East Bay, and Oakland.

Jeff Duritz Joins Local 21 Staff

03/01/2018

Local 21 welcomes Jeff Duritz as our new Representative/Organizer for Alameda County Local 21 members.

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Janus v. AFSCME

03/01/2018

On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME and public workers across the country protested the case that aims to create a national “right-to-work” law for all public sector workers.

Interested in the Local 21 API (Asian Pacific Islander) Caucus?

03/01/2018

Stay up to date on our upcoming meet ups, events, and activities by subscribing to our list here! Any and all Local 21 members are welcome to join and attend our events.

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