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.

Federal money for programs and services that help millions of vulnerable Americans and employ many AFSCME members could be in jeopardy next year.

AFSCME is teaming up with allies to fight drastic cuts proposed by right-wing lawmakers. More draconian proposals are likely if Donald Trump is elected president in November and his allies seize control of Congress.

As labor unions gain in popularity, workers’ rights remain under threat. But while private sector workers have the right to form unions under federal law, public service workers lack that same guarantee.

The last few years have seen a rise in worker momentum, with unionized workers raising their voices to demand higher pay, safer working conditions and more.

AFSCME President Lee Saunders praised the White House’s announcement Thursday that the Biden administration will forgive student loans for an additional 78,000 borrowers — including many AFSCME members — under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.

AFSCME President Lee Saunders congratulated Nicole Berner, a longtime labor lawyer and general counsel of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), on being confirmed to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.