CHAPTER 4041 NEWS

Be sure to click on the Legislative Session link on the tool bar to see the latest news from our lobbyist, Priscella Maloney, on the 2021 Nevada Legislative Session.  The link will be updated weekl

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions on meetings and gatherings,  the Afscme Retirees Chapter 4041Quarterly Membership Meeting scheduled for May 7, 2020 will be teleconferenced beginni

AFSCME Retirees Chapter 4041 has begun a journey that will give our organization the identity and influence that we need to protect and empower Retired Public Employees in Nevada.

This is the beginning of a new adventure for the AFSCME NV Retirees Chapter 4041 as we embark on having a Chapter website.  We hope to utilize this space to inform our members on news and items of interest concerning PERS, PEBP and legislative activities as well as the going -ons of YOUR local chapter.  We hope you will check our site frequently and get involved in the many calls to action, meetings and activities.

The public sector has finally recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. At the end of last year, there were 22,000 more public service jobs in the nation than in February 2020, just before the pandemic started.

This is cause for celebration for everyone in our communities, but especially for workers of color, who have been historically overrepresented in state and local government jobs.

Connecticut Rep. Jahana Hayes recently introduced a resolution calling on Congress to affirm its support for providing living wages, good benefits and fair working conditions to paraeducators, classroom assistants, bus drivers, custodial workers and others who are vital to our public education system.
AFSCME’s “I AM Story” podcast has received a nomination for an NAACP Image Award in the “Outstanding Podcast – Limited Series/Short Form” category.

Despite the growing wave of worker organizing across the country, the union membership rate last year ticked down slightly, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported today, underscoring the importance of initiatives like AFSCME’s Staff the Front Lines to fill job vacancies in the public sector.

For John Campion, a monitoring officer with AmeriCorps, the potential for a federal government shutdown beginning this month brings fear, insecurity and frustration.