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Welcome Local 1092 Members

Welcome to the new local 1092 site where you will find news and information about your union local as well as meeting minutes, upcoming events, meeting times and locations and important communications from your Union leadership.

AFSCME: 75 Years of History

The history of AFSCME began in 1932, as the country suffered through a severe economic depression, when a small group of white-collar professional state employees met in Madison, Wisconsin, and formed what would later become Wisconsin State Employees Union/Council 24. The reason for the group’s creation was simple: to promote, defend and enhance the civil service system. They also were determined to help spread the civil service system across the country. Read More »

 

Recent Updates to Site

Members Ratify State Master Contract

State employees ratified their master contract, with 84 percent support from voting members. The two-year deal will cover 15,500 AFSCME members who work for the Executive Branch in Unit 2 (craft and maintenance), Unit 3 (service), Unit 4 (health care), Unit 6 (clerical), and Unit 7 (technical).

Highlights include a pay raise of 2.5 percent, retroactive to July 1; another 2.5 percent raise on July 1, 2016; plus step pay increases in both years. Employees eligible for annual steps could see their pay rise 10 percent by the time the contract expires on June 30, 2017. The contract includes modest increases in health-insurance costs. But the combined pay raises more than offset additional insurance costs; members come out ahead even if they pay the maximum out-of-pocket costs. The new contract also improves dental coverage, with no additional cost to employees. The contract now goes to the Legislature’s Subcommittee on Employee Relations. The committee’s vote will determine when the contract legally takes effect. Retroactive raises usually show up in November. Questions? Contact AFSCME’s chief negotiator, Jo Pels, by email or by phone at 651-287-0539.

  • 8/27/15- Updates added to hte 1092 News page
  • 8/23/15- August 17th Virginia General Membership Meeting MInutes posted on the Membership Meeting Minutes Page.
  • 8/23/15 Posted on the 1092 News Page you will find a .pdf with informational flyers and letters concerning: 2016 AFSCME Family Scolarship, Council 5 Financial Responsibility Training, 3rd Annual Labor Ball September 12, 2015 in St. Paul, Call for nominations to fill a vacancy on the Council 5 E-board
  • NOTE: The tables from the union office have not been returned. Whoever borrowed them please return them.

 

From The President Kuhlman

Statement from Governor Dayton on Today’s Meeting with Judge Frank regarding the Minnesota Sex Offender Program Read More:

From Vice President St. Germaine

From National AFSCME

From Council 5

 

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