AFSCME Local 4041

Campaign Updates

This election, public services are on the ballot! The state legislators we vote for will decide how our jobs and the services we provide are funded in 2021. Local 4041 has endorsed incumbent state legislators who have been champions for public service workers and our collective bargaining rights, as well as new candidates who we know will support public service workers when the legislative session begins in February
In the coming months, we will be negotiating our very first contract with the state under the collective bargaining law that AFSCME members won in 2019. But before we can do that, we must get our bargaining units certified to negotiate. To get our bargaining unit certified, we need DMV staff to sign an authorization card!
Make sure your bargaining unit certified by signing an authorization card – a card that allows you to join in solidarity with your co-workers and authorize your bargaining unit to negotiate as AFSCME.

Member Voices

With a background in social pedagogy, special education, and as a trainer for political and multicultural education, Heike Rüdenauer found state service as an opportunity to make a difference in her community by supporting families of children with disabilities to access needed therapies and to establish lasting comprehensive community support systems for themselves.
After years in the telecom industry, Stephanie Parker found her calling in public service. As a Grants and Project Analyst for the state of Nevada, Parker helps local jurisdictions with emergency management plans that keep communities across Nevada prepared for anything.
I’m proud to be a Correctional Officer for the state of Nevada. Currently, state public safety workers in Nevada are the only public employees without the freedom to negotiate with our employer. Correctional Officers across Nevada are coming together as AFSCME to change this.

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