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Sign Up For the “Steward’s Workshop: Dealing with Difficult Supervisors”

Calling all Union Stewards! As the union’s most active members in the workplace, stewards can regularly find themselves in conflict with supervisors. Sometimes this is just part of the job. But sometimes stewards come up against particularly difficult supervisors who try to undermine the union at every turn. Join Labor Notes and other stewards from a…
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How to Vote in the 2023 Trustee Run-Off Election

2023 LOCAL 3090 TRUSTEE RUNOFF ELECTIONREMINDER NOTICE Electronic voting for the 2023 Local 3090 Trustee runoff election will take place January 30, 2024, through February 1, 2024. Opens: Tue, Jan 30, 2024 -12:01 a.m. PSTCloses: Thurs, Feb 1, 2024 – 12 noon PST In-person voting will be available Wednesday, January 31, 2024, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pmat the AFSCME District Council…
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3090 Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.’s 95th Birthday in the Kingdom Day Parade

On January 15th, attendees in the Kingdom Day parade celebrated what would have been Martin Luther King Jr.’s 95th birthday by making their way from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard down Crenshaw Boulevard, culminating in community festivities in Leimert Park. L.A. County Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell, California Attorney General Rob Bonta, and numerous members of…
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MLK Breakfast Honors “Twenty Somethings” Fighting for Civil Rights

Members of 3090 including President Gates and Vice President Murillo were delighted to attend the LA Federation of Labor’s breakfast honoring the life of Martin Luther King Jr., held on January 13th at the LA Convention Center. The breakfast included a gospel-flavored musical performance, appearances by LA Fed leader Yvonne Wheeler and “Twenty-Something” Tennessee State…
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How Can You Benefit From COLA Increases?

As an employee of the City of Los Angeles, do you have questions about how long you need to work in order to benefit from COLA increases under the current Tentative Agreement as it relates to your pension and retirement benefits? Have your questions answered by visiting www.LACERS.org and entering “Summary Plan Description” in the search…
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Main Table LA City Coalition Tentative Agreement Summary Has Been Reached

After months of negotiations, the LA City Coalition is pleased to announce they have reached a tentative “main table” agreement with the City of Los Angeles. The text of the tentative agreement, including proposed cost of living increases and wage adjustments, is included here: LA City Coalition – Main Table Tentative Agreement Summary12-8-23 Term: December…
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Fix LA Alliance Works to Create Affordable Housing in Echo Park

Unfortunately, working for the city of Los Angeles rarely makes it possible to live within city limits. As the participants in the December 6th Fix LA Alliance rally in Echo Park explained, many of their members must regularly commute several hours to get to work, with some sleeping in their cars to beat traffic. This…
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