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Workers at Nevada DMV, Welfare, and other state agencies file for an election to name AFSCME as exclusive representative
Did you see extra money in your paycheck this week? That’s because state employees like you came together as AFSCME Local 4041 to fight for and win longevity pay and retention bonuses!
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Organizing a union means talking to your coworkers about coming together to build power. Building power makes our union stronger and better able to deliver improvements to our working conditions.
Today, AFSCME Local 4041 reached an agreement with the state of Nevada over longevity pay and other provisions of AB522. This agreement comes after AFSCME members took legal action in December over the state's refusal to award longevity pay to all eligible state workers.
AFSCME Members are hard at work to continue winning for all state employees in 2024!
After fighting for and winning longevity pay in the legislature, the first payments went out on Friday. However, Governor Lombardo refuses to follow the law and is withholding this money from hundreds of state workers.
Today, the Department of Administration confirmed that they plan to honor the $500 quarterly retention bonus we negotiated in our collective bargaining agreement.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to all students, faculty, and staff members who lost a loved one or were injured in this tragic incident.
Your union is taking all necessary actions to hold the state accountable to the law, so that all state workers who have met the requirements of continuous service get the recognition and respect they have earned.
Members of AFSCME Local 4041 filed two legal actions on Tuesday, September 5, 2023, against Governor Joe Lombardo for violating state employee collective bargaining rights, enshrined in state law as NRS 288.