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NCFLL Leadership Conference
Jul 22, 2024
100 Sandoval Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
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Stewards Training for Locals 3384 & 3431
Jul 29, 2024
Lexington, KY
Aug
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NCFLL President’s Meeting Part 2
Aug 11, 2024
Paris Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada
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AFGE Convention
Aug 12, 2024
Paris Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
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National LMR Meetings
Sep 10, 2024
200 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20210
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  • Upcoming Events

    Jul
    22
    Mon
    NCFLL Leadership Conference
    Jul 22, 2024
    100 Sandoval Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
    Jul
    29
    Mon
    Stewards Training for Locals 3384 & 3431
    Jul 29, 2024
    Lexington, KY
    Aug
    11
    Sun
    NCFLL President’s Meeting Part 2
    Aug 11, 2024
    Paris Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada
    Aug
    12
    Mon
    AFGE Convention
    Aug 12, 2024
    Paris Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
    Sep
    10
    Tue
    National LMR Meetings
    Sep 10, 2024
    200 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20210

    When working people come together, they make things better for everyone. Joining together in unions enables workers to negotiate for higher wages and benefits and improve conditions in the workplace. There are millions of union members in America from all walks of life. These individuals know that by speaking up together, you can accomplish more than you could on your own.

    Building Power for Working People

    A union is you and your co-workers coming together as a team to make improvements at your workplace.

    Union members work together to negotiate and enforce a contract with management that guarantees the things you care about like decent raises, affordable health care, safer workplaces, job security and a stable schedule.

    There is a union for every type of career. There are unions for NFL players, lobstermen and sitcom actors, and many other professions. No matter what profession you are in, you deserve to make ends meet, have a good life and plan for the future.

    Advocate for Social and Economic Justice

    The gains working people make at the bargaining table are strengthened by good laws that protect against exploitation. Corporations use laws to increase their profits by weakening working people’s rights and safety. The legacy of strong unions has led to weekends, overtime pay and the end of child labor. That’s why union members continue to raise their voices to be heard from the worksite to the White House.

    We are a watchdog for working people. 

    Voice of the People

    Unions give a unified voice for all working people by advocating for legislation and regulations that keep us safer, healthier, and enjoying a higher quality of life. Many union members are politically engaged. We advocate for the public servants who will best serve the interests of working people at all levels of government. Together, we are re-writing the rules of the economy, so they benefit the 99% instead of the wealthy few.

    We also advocate for an expansion of voting rights. We need to make participatory democracy easier and stop the racist laws that keep all people from accessing their right to vote.

    When we fight, we win

    Best Practices for Local Leaders: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Things we recommend following when there is a confirmed case:

    1. Notify OSHA at the Federal Level (Federal OSHA and the State OSHA are separate agencies). Call 1-800-321-6742.
    2. Advise the State OSHA that a case is confirmed at your Federal Agency and the exposure could affect state businesses due to community spread of the (COVID-19) Federal OSHA has jurisdiction at your agency, state OSHA has jurisdiction over local businesses that are affected: Example fitness centers, Train station etc....
    3. Call CDC and advise them of the confirmed case at your location. Get their name, Title and what action they will be taking.
    4. Call your state Health Department and advise them that you have a case in your agency.
    5. Notify your Council and NVP/NR
    6. For a member to be able to use Workers Compensation benefits, they must be diagnosed by a doctor (MD)
    7. Many hospitals are advising infected employees to stay home, the infected employee should advise the hospital that they must get a written document with the Diagnosis due to the Federal Employees Compensation act (FECA).
    8. Some medical facilities will not test an employee unless they are admitting them, if this is the case, then the employee needs to go to a drive thru facility to be tested.

    We also highly recommend setting a Conference call with all the affected employees. The call would advise the employees on how to proceed with their Workers Compensation Cases and safety. Loop in you NR.

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    Read More...

    DR. EVERRETT KELLY SWORN IS AS AFGE NATIONAL PRESIDENT

    New law would revive panels disbanded by President Trump WASHINGTON – The American Federation of Government Employees fully supports legislation introduced in the House and Senate that would establish in law a national council overseeing labor-management relations in federal agencies.
    Read More...

    AFGE president: Future of labor movement hinges on organizing

    WASHINGTON – Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn 40 years of constitutional law that ensured public-sector workers benefited from the collective voice of union representation, the head of the largest union representing federal workers says employees will need to come together to preserve their workplace rights. “On May 25, President Trump issued a series of executive orders targeting federal employees’ collective bargaining and due process rights. And now the Supreme Court has issued a decision that jeopardizes union rights and protections for millions of public-sector workers at the state and local levels, and here in the District of Columbia,” said J. David Cox Sr., national president of the American Federation of Government Employees.
    Read More...

    11 Facts About Family and Medical Leave You May Not Know

    Twenty-five years ago on Feb. 5, 1993, President Bill Clinton signed into law one of the most important pieces of legislation for working families – the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
    Read More...


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