CCSF Reaches Tentative Extension Agreement – 16 More Negotiating Tables to Go

01/24/2017

IFPTE Local 21 announced last week that it reached a Tentative Extension Agreement (TEA) with the City of San Francisco to extend the contract for 2 years with raises that will keep members level with cost of living increases. There are 16 more Local 21 contract negotiations scheduled for 2017, covering approximately 1,900 Local 21 members.

Local 21 Shows Up in Full Force at Women’s Marches

01/24/2017

A full delegation of Local 21 members marched in Oakland, and there was a Local 21 contingent in San Jose. Local 21 had a strong showing at the Oakland Women’s March, with a group of over 60 marchers coming from the East Bay, Contra Costa, and San Francisco. About 100,000 marched in Oakland, extending 40 city blocks. More than 25,000 people showed up to the San Jose Women’s March.

32 City Unions Join Local 21 in Reaching a Tentative Extension Agreement

01/19/2017

33 city unions, including IFPTE Local 21 and SEIU 1021, which represent the largest groups of unionized city workers, have reached Tentative Agreements with the City to extend their contracts for a 2-year term. The Tentative Extension Agreements (TEAs) will now go through each union’s ratification process.

Will Telecommuting Be a Reality for You?

01/19/2017

As part of the Tech Hire Agreement, Local 21 negotiated an agreement with the City to create a working group to look at streamlining the existing telecommuting policy.

Employee Development Fund Out of Money for FY 2016-2017

01/19/2017

Local 21 has received notice from the Department of Human Resources (DHR) that all funds in the Local 21 Employee Development Fund (EDF) for FY 16-17 have been fully encumbered (reserved).

Retirement Board Election Will Affect Our Paychecks

01/19/2017

The current San Francisco Retirement Board Election affects your paycheck. We need to act to stop poor fund performance. Electing Al Casciato is a big step in the right direction.

SF Retirement Election Heating Up

12/23/2016

San Francisco Local 21 members are campaigning hard to elect Al Casciato to the SF Retirement Board.

Here Comes 2017 and the New Trump Administration

12/23/2016

It’s Time to Get Busy!

Local 21 Delegates Move To Put More Funds Toward Political Action

12/23/2016

At the Delegate Assembly on October 22, more than 125 Local 21 member leaders got together on a Saturday morning to democratically participate in Local 21. One of the actions taken by the Delegates was an overwhelming recommendation to divert 0.75 cents per member per month to the TJ Anthony Fund, Local 21's PAC, instead of the General Fund.

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