Guest Speaker Announced for October Delegate Assembly

10/03/2016

We are excited to announce Barry Broad as our Special Guest Speaker for the October Delegate Assembly.

Cupertino Scores Contract Campaign Victory

10/03/2016

After months of member actions and overcoming a number of obstacles, Local 21 CEA members ratify a great contract with a 100% yes vote!

Local 21 Executive Committee Adopts New Complaint Procedures

10/03/2016

You can review the new policy here.

DHR Director Addresses Public Employee Committee Unions, Suggests Possible Extension of Union Contracts

09/21/2016

Contract bargaining season is almost upon us, as guest speaker Micki Callahan, Director of San Francisco’s Department of Human Resources (DHS), reminded us at the September Public Employee Committee (PEC) meeting.

Open Enrollment is Coming Up; Here’s What You Need to Know!

09/20/2016

The San Francisco Health Services System (HSS) Open Enrollment period will begin on October 1st, 2016. During the month of October, employees can choose to switch healthcare providers and/or enroll in the new voluntary benefits being offered.

Union Night at AT&T Park

09/20/2016

IFPTE Local 21 attended Union Night at AT&T Park along with many other Bay Area unions.

Measure W “Mansion Tax” is the Robin Hood of the November Election

09/20/2016

Measure W could fund the nonbinding resolution passed by the Board of Supervisors to make San Francisco City College free for those who live or work in San Francisco.

Does Your Pay Need an Equity Adjustment?

09/20/2016

The next training will take place on Tuesday, September 27th, at 12:00pm in the second floor meeting room of the San Francisco IFPTE Local 21 office. Lunch will be served.

Labor Day Events Across the Bay Area

09/01/2016

This weekend, celebrate Labor Day in style! Here are some Labor day events happening across the Bay Area below.

San Jose’s Acrimonious Pension Battle: Coming to an End, or Getting Dragged On by Billionaires?

09/01/2016

Pete Constant and his one-percenter friend Charles Munger, Jr. aren't done sticking their grubby hands in the retirement plans of the hard-working men and women of San Jose.

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