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Having a strong membership impacts everything a union does. Management is more responsive when employees stand united as members. TSOs who don't join AFGE signal to TSA management that their workplace life is just fine and no change is needed. If fighting for your federal careers and privatization of your airport, as well as GS pay scale is important to you. Then JOIN your union. YOUR union, AFGE will be the only entity who is going to FIGHT for your careers.
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With our jobs, benefits, and right to have a voice in the workplace on the line, it's more important than ever that we stand together.
It is more important than ever that we organize, educate, and mobilize our coworkers and friends to stop these cuts. We can't build a better future for our nation by building a worse one for our federal workers.
We've made great progress together. Now we have to keep up the momentum. Let's organize, organize, organize! And you can help us do that! Click here for more information.
All you have to do is turn in the completed 1158-1 and rebate form to your local officials - it's that easy.
On Oct 30—Nov 03, 2017 Local 1040 host Council 100 CBA training, training is essential to stewards and Local Officials to provide members representation. Knowledge of the CBA is power. Each and every employee should be knowledgeable of their Collective Bargaining Agreement. Congratulations to the attendees.
Vice President (DAL) / TSA Council 100 Vice President of Region 4 Becky Mancha, Secretary/Treasurer Johnny Jones, our Local 1040 Legislative Political Coordinator's (LPC's) Sandra Felix and Robert Milhollin recently had the opportunity to attend the 2018 AFGE Grassroots Legislative Conference in Washington DC. ...more
There have been some concerns on how management is defining an occurrence. At the Labor/Management (LM) meeting on 3/30/2017, the union asked management if a TSO were to call out sick, and again called out sick the following day, would this be one occurrence. Management explained it would be two occurrences, because the TSO called out twice.