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2023-24 DWOE Candidates FINAL

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AFT STAFF GUILD                             

2023 NEGOTIATIONS


AFT College Staff Guild and the Los Angeles Community College District began negotiations on March 29, 2023. Ground rules, some initial proposals, and counter proposals have been presented.

We are negotiating a successor agreement to the contract that expired on June 30, 2023.

While we are in continued negotiations, the contract will still be valid until negotiations are concluded. There is no lapse in union representation. Both parties are currently meeting with their bargaining teams and developing proposed article language.

If members have any additional ideas or proposed language for the open articles (Not in TA Status), please contact your campus negotiations team representative.

 

NEGOTIATION TEAM

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Contract Ratification

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2023/24 AFT 1521A District Wide Officers Election Candidates  Names are presented in randomized order.

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AFT College Staff Guild Local 1521A
2023/24 Elections for District-wide Officers

AFT Collegee Staff Guild Local 1521A

 

The AFT Staff Guild Local 1521A is conducting elections for District-wide Officers, namely President, 1st Vice-President,
2nd Vice-President, Grievance Secretary, Treasurer, and Recording Secretary. Members may only run for one
District-wide Officer seat at a time.


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2023/24 District-Wide Officers Election
Rules and Nominee Acceptance form

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RULES FOR OBSERVERS
APPROVED BY ELECTIONS COMMITTEE



 

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What unions do

In AFT President Randi Weingarten’s latest New York Times  column, she describes what it is exactly that unions do. Though unions are the most popular they have been in decades, anti-union sentiment still thrives in red states and across the nation. “Several years ago, The Atlantic ran a story whose headline made even me, a labor leader, scratch my head: ‘Union Membership: Very Sexy,’” Weingarten writes in the column. “The gist was that higher wages, health benefits and job security—all associated with union membership—boost one’s chances of getting married. Belonging to a union doesn’t actually guarantee happily ever after, but it does help working people have a better life in the here and now.” Click through to read the full column.