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As the union for Nevada state employees, AFSCME Local 4041 has fought for and won improvements to our lives, working conditions and the services we provide.
We are very pleased to see Governor Sisolak keeping his commitment to our state workers and honoring our collective bargaining agreement by requesting a bill that will appropriate funds for the 3% wage increase negotiated by AFSCME for the 2021 fiscal year.
Negotiations for our next contract will start soon and we need to hear from you!
2022 and 2020 winners of AFSCME Local 4041convention awards.
Recently, Governor Steve Sisolak announced a $50 million dollar investment in childcare to help more working families across Nevada find the childcare they need. This investment expands access and eligibility for childcare assistance to more families.
Congratulations to our new executive board, elected and sworn in at the 2022 Convention in April! Serving on our union executive board takes dedication and time – we are grateful to those who have stepped up to serve.
Below is our list of endorsed candidates for the 2022 Nevada primary. We believe these candidates are the strongest pro-worker candidates and will support Nevada public employees.
“I wanted to serve on the PEBP Board as it is my passion to do what I can to make a difference in the healthcare coverage for state employees. I’m hoping to influence PEBP Board members to best benefit healthcare for state employees, especially those who struggle to even afford to use their healthcare benefits,” said Janell.
In response to the Governor’s proposal to include back pay for state employees in the 2023 budget for furlough days taken in 2021, AFSCME Local 4041 released the following statement from Harry Schiffman, President, AFSCME Local 4041, and electrician at UNLV: “The Governor and Interim Finance Committee can and should use American Rescue Plan funds to reimburse state employees for furlough days now, not in next year’s budget.
“Today is a huge victory for Nevada state employees. We appreciate the members of the Board of Examiners for respecting our contract and investing in Nevada state employees. Having a collective bargaining agreement allows us to make improvements to our lives, working conditions and the services our dedicated state employees provide to our communities. Workers in other bargaining units continue to organize towards unit certification as AFSCME Local 4041 so all workers can benefit from a strong contract,” said Harry Schiffman, president of AFSCME Local 4041 and an electrician at UNLV.