Our union has provided information to help IT employees navigate the new IT structure. The new structure was implemented on July 1, 2019.

Last year, nearly half a million workers went on strike across the nation, the largest number since 1986, when the country’s union membership rate was considerably higher (17.5%) than it was in 2018 (10.5%).

Endorsements are in, ballots are out! Check out WFSE members' endorsements:


Vote No on I-976I-976 would:

A bill that has been introduced in the House of Representatives would simplify the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program for current and would-be participants.

Across the nation, women are creating change for working families more than ever before. The Women’s Leadership Academy is ready to train more AFSCME women to be leaders of that change.

Introducing the 2019 Women’s Leadership Academy Online, which is kicking off trainings starting Oct. 16.

Designed for all AFSCME women, the academy will consist of four modules aimed at giving women the skills and support they need to stand tall for workers’ rights and increase political and workplace power on a greater scale.

AFSCME members stood on the steps of the Supreme Court this morning to support the LGBTQ community as the court heard three cases centered on the question of whether it is legal to fire someone for being gay or transgender.

This year's convention theme, "The Future Is Ours," came to life as delegates of the 48th Biennial Convention debated resolutions and amendments, created a roadmap for the work we must do, and elected our next team of officers.

Congratulations to the newly elected leaders of AFSCME Council 28:

Mike Yestramski, President
Andrea Vaughn, Vice President
Tracy Stanley, Secretary
Paula Lukaszek, Treasurer