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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!
As the state of Nevada rolls out there Covid-19 testing policy, Local 4041 put together this frequently asked questions document about your rights and the state’s testing and mask policy.
AFSCME Local 4041 has received numerous calls from state employees regarding the updated COVID-19 workplace policies proposed by the Governor on July 30, 2021. To discuss this policy in more detail we have requested a meeting with the Labor Relations Unit and representatives from the Governor’s office prior to August 15, 2021, to allow an opportunity to make appropriate changes prior to the implementation date. Local 4041 has identified the following concerns and proposes the following changes.
Late Sunday night, the Nevada Senate passed the state employee pay bill that includes a 3% wage increase AFSCME Local 4041 members negotiated into their first contract. The bill now goes to Governor Sisolak for his signature.
Today, The Nevada Assembly passed the state employee budget bill that included a 3% wage increase that AFSCME Local 4041 members negotiated into their first contract.
Members in the four certified bargaining units certified as AFSCME Local 4041 overwhelmingly voted yes to ratify their very first contract with the state of Nevada. Read below for contract highlights.
Every morning, hardworking state employees at Nevada’s DMV log-in to a start-up screen that posts announcements such as birthdays, reminders, and other office information.
The Assembly Ways and Means and Senate Finance Committees are scheduled to discuss the PEBP budget on Tuesday April 6, 2021 at 8am. This is an important opportunity for AFSCME members to continue vocalizing our opposition to cuts to our health care and push the legislature to restore funding for our insurance plans. It is up to us, the workers, to push the state to do the right thing and not cut out health care. With a strong, united voice we can fight back on these cuts and make the changes we deserve. Read below on what to say, how to watch the hearing, and how to register to give remarks.