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AFSCME Legislative Update: 12/10

Check out weekly Legislative Updates from AFSCME.

AFSCME: Report Anti-Union Attacks!

Billionaires and corporate special interest groups are spending millions of dollars to launch attacks on your freedom to stand with your union.

If anyone has tried to convince you to drop your union, we want to know about it. Fill out the online form to tell us about any contact you've had from anti-union groups.

AFSCME 2187 Election Committee Report: 11/5/18

Please see the Local 2187 Election Committee Report on the Delegate election results from the latest union election.

Health Advocate- Newsletter: Nov. 2018

-Healthy autumn activities for the whole family

-Stay active to prevent diabetes

-Curb anger and regain control

AFSCME 2187 Leadership Sworn In: Oct. 2018

Welcome to the new members of our Local union leadership team! Check out the pictures of AFSCME 2187 members swearing in newly elected Local Officers, Delegates, & Trustees.

SIGN AFL-CIO's Petition: Raise PA Minimum Wage

"Pennsylvania is surrounded by states that ALL have raised their minimum wage in recent years, while our Commonwealth has not seen a raise in more than a decade. Pennsylvania’s minimum wage remains at $7.25 an hour."

Sign the AFL-CIO petition to help change this in PA TODAY!


Please watch the message below from Local President Bob Coyle about retro-pay check updates.

Message Text: Good afternoon Brothers and Sisters, Today is Friday, Sept. 14, and by now you should all have received your retro-paycheck. Some of you were concerned that you were not paid the correct amount since you only received one check, as opposed to the two checks that the City said that they were going to issue. If you have any questions regarding the amount that you received, please contact your Executive Board Liaison or Staff Rep. Second, some members still have not received their full bonus, for one reason of the other: they may have been on probation. If you believe that you were entitled to receive a full bonus, and you have yet to receive the $800 bonus, again, please contact your Executive Board Member or Staff Representative. Thirdly, some members are asserting that they did not receive the 2.5% increase on July 1, for the first two pay periods. If you have not received that raise for those first two pay periods, please contact your Executive Board Member or Staff Representative. Fourth, some of you are in Plan 10, there is a lot of follow-up as a result of the recent contract negotiations. You should be receiving a letter soon from the Local, in which a meeting will be scheduled to discuss your options regarding Pension benefits. Lastly, there were four committees established in the most recent contract: Essential Employees, Exempt Employees, Workplace Violence, and Alternative Work Schedules. The Union Representatives for those committees have already been forwarded to the City, but each of those committees has a Member Advisory Committee attached to it. If you have an interest in any of those four [Advisory] Committees, please contact your Executive Board Rep. or your Staff Representative. A list of the Dept. Executive Board Liaisons and Staff Representatives can be found on the Local’s website: Thank You! 

*CORRECTION: Workplace Violence Committee is Workplace Training Committee.

Associated Press: Wagner doesn't want his workers knowing what he makes

"HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner said he will not release a tax return because his income is nobody else’s business and he suggested that labor unions will use it to try to organize workers at the non-union waste-hauling business he owns..."

Phila. AFL-CIO: Labor Day Parade & Family Celebration 9/3

Come celebrate labor with the Philadelphia Council of the AFL-CIO at the annual Philly Labor Day Parade and Festival with friends & family!


Ticket information for AFSCME 2187 members:

Meet in the parking lot outside of the Masquerade shop on 9/3 at 1100 S. Columbus Blvd. at 9AM.

2187 Secretary-Treasurer Dave Mora will be distributing t-shirts and event wristbands. Members are eligible to receive up to four (4) wristbands to the Labor Day Family Festival.

The Record: Summer 2018 Newsletter

See the latest union news from AFSCME 2187!

8/15 Rally to save the children

2187 President Bob Coyle & 2187 Staff Rep. Cathy Scott attend a rally to push the Trump administration to return immigrant children to their families.

Labor United To Free The Children Rally: 8/15

Bring your friends and family to fight to free detained children and reunite them with their families.

AFL-CIO: News Bulletin July 2018

See the latest news from the Philadelphia Council of the AFL-CIO.

City Contract: Summary of Memorandum of agreement 2017-2020

See an easy to read summary of the new Contract agreement here.

City Contract; Memorandum of agreement 2017-2020

View a full copy of the contract agreement that was ratified by the 2187 membership on June 20, 2018.

City Contract: Pension Changes 2017-2020

2187 members can view this chart to see how their base salaries and pension contributions will change with the Memorandum Of Agreement 2017-2020.

AFL-CIO: Executive Paywatch 2017

In 2017, CEOs of S&P 500 Index companies received, on average, $13.93 million in total compensation, according to the AFL-CIO's analysis of available data. America's production and nonsupervisory workers earned only $38,613, on average, in 2017-- a CEO-to-worker pay ration of 361 to 1.

Health Advocate: Feeling Down? Get help

See this flyer on how to get help today.

AFL-CIO: Demand Equal pay for equal work!

Sign the petition below.

"The Wage Gap that still exists in our country costs women workers millions of dollars throughout her lifetime. The labor movement exists as one of the largest grassroots movements for women's rights in history..."

Map to the middle class: Can educating kids about unions prepare them for the future of work?

Labor history is often missing from textbooks, but some schools are finding creative ways to teach economic justice.

EPI: Black Women will be most affected by Janus

" women in particular could be hurt by [Janus], as they are disproportionately represented in public sector jobs. They make up 17.7 percent of public-sector workers, or about 1.5 million workers."

AFSCME DC47 Legal Services: 2018 Summer Seminars

Check out these FREE seminars that are covered under your legal plan!

Guardian Nurses- The Flame: Nov. 2018 Newsletter

-Happy Thanksgiving!

-The Growing Guardian Nurses' Team

-Photos from our 15th Anniversary Celebration

SAG-AFTRA Strike: Workers Hold Mock Bake Sale

The ad agency BBH has been signed to the SAG-AFTRA Commercials Contracts for almost 20 years. They now claim the union agreement doesn’t apply to them.

Study: Economic Policy Institute- Unions Help Working People

Americans have always joined together—whether in parent teacher associations or local community organizations—to solve problems and make changes that improve their lives and their communities. Through unions, people join together to strive for improvements at the place where they spend a large portion of their waking hours: work...

Health Advocate: Traumatic Event Help

The shooting tragedy in Las Vegas, Nevada has deeply impacted the local community and the nation. We wanted to remind you that Health Advocate experts are here to help members.

EPI: Who are today's union memembers?

As Labor Day approaches, we honor the labor leaders and working people throughout history who have fought for labor protections and a voice on the job. In 2017, unions continue...

AFSCME Free College Benefit

It’s AFSCME’s mission to give you every advantage to get ahead. That’s why we’ve partnered with Eastern Gateway Community College. Through the AFSCME Free College benefit, you and your family members can now earn an associate degree completely online–for FREE.

NYT: Why Millennials Should Lead the Next Labor Movement

Check out this piece in the New York Times from Daily Show writer Kashana Cauley.