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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!
This fall we are starting negotiations on our next contract, and we need to hear from you! Click below to fill out your bargaining survey!
UPDATE: On May 29, Nevada will begin phase 2 of a state directed, county implemented re-opening plan. Please reference the document linked below on what businesses will reopen under this plan.

Governor Sisolak has issues the attached directives for Nevada state employees regarding paid administrative leave. Please continue to check with your department or agencies on individual workplace guidance. 

New developments have emerged with how the state of Nevada is dealing with the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus. Last night, Governor Sisolak gave updates for state employees and issued an emergency resolution to expand paid administrative leave for state employees. Governor Sisolak also directed state department directors to plan for closures of state offices, wind down in-person public services and move to online or phone services as soon as possible.
Today, the Labor, Maintenance and Custodial unit just became the next unit to receive certification as AFSCME for exclusive representation!
On Saturday February 22, Nevadans will have their say on who will occupy the White House for the next four years. Our union has not yet endorsed a candidate and we strongly encourage all members to participate in the Presidential selection process of their preferred political party. Read below for more information on the 2020 presidential caucus and nomination selection process.

Nevada state employees are one step closer to the bargaining table as the Government Employee-Management Relations Board of the State of Nevada voted unanimously to certify the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 4041 as the exclusive representative for three bargaining units.

Last week, AFSCME Local 4041 members were victorious in opposing an overtime rule change that would greatly affect many state workers across Nevada.

Health care workers across Nevada are coming together in solidarity to make changes in our workplaces. The Professional Health Care unit is proud to continue the momentum in becoming the third unit to file for collective bargaining recognition as AFSCME Local 4041.