If you would like a presentative to contact you, click on I WANT TO JOIN to send an email to AFGE Local 1040.  A representative will contact you to get you started on making TSA a better workplace for us ALL.


  
AFGE Union Membership ID Cards

All Local 1040 members should check their Union Membership Card, verify your card has not expired. If expired, visit AFGE.ORG, sign-in to your account request a new membership card under "My Profile" page.   Check your profile page verify your contact information is correct (Mailing Address, Personal Email Address, Phone NO.), update accordingly to ensure your receiving important mailed information from AFGE.  If your membership card is expired, or you are not a member in good-standing, contact your Local 1040 Treasurer and re-submit a Form 1158-1.








New Members
If you have not received your AFGE Membership Card, more than likely the address on the form 1158-1 you submitted when joining AFGE Local 1040 was incorrect or misread, and your card was sent to AFGE Local 1040 Treasurer.  Contact Local 1040 Treasurer to make arrangement to pick up your AFGE Local 1040 membership card.

JOIN your Local 1040 by downloading and filling out "Form 1158-1". Contact any local Officer to submit your application form.


If you have any questions concerning your membership status, the TSA Voluntary Dues Deduction Form 1158-1, or require assistance in verifying your membership, contact your Local 1040 Treasurer.









Wanted: Writers & Stewards

If you could spare sometime to post flyers in break rooms in your terminal, we need your involvement....

We are growing our stewardship!  If your interest is in being a part of the backbone of your union, being a  Steward is just for you. We are currently recruiting for new stewards to be trained in assisting members with responding to leave restrictions, AWOLS, LOCs, LORs, and requesting VLTPs and/or FMLAs.

If you are interested in assisting in any of these areas, or any other area of your union. Please send an email to info@afgelocal1040.org



Want to Stay in the LOOP? Login and Update your AFGE membership information today!
Make sure your MEMBERSHIP contact information is up to date to receive Local 1040 email messages by creating your login for updating your personal profile.

Make sure your information is up to date.
(Mailing Address, Email Address, and phone numbers)
Create your AFGE membership PROFILE

DON'T WASTE YOUR DUES DEDUCTIONS BY NOT BEING A MEMBER IN GOOD-STANDING. Take advantage of all the benefits available to members in good-standing.

Your membership card contains your Membership ID NUMBER in order for you to participate and take advantage of Union Plus Benefits, available to all members, and used to verify your AFGE Local 1040 membership during meetings, Local 1040 activities and events. Remember to carry your membership card with you at all times.



Local 1040 New Hire Guidence
1.    Follow the SOP and listen to your OJT Mentor and don't forget to take your time.
2.    Make sure that before you're off OJT you have the knowledge to work on your own don't just sign off on it.
3.    Ask lots of questions and never rush because of a long line.
4.    Attendance, try not to take unscheduled leave while on probation.
5.    If you can't get a day off use the shift trade, as a way to get the day off you need.
6.    If you have a problem, talk to the Union for advice we can help point you in the right direction.

Join us on FACEbook at Local 1040

More and More Federal Employees Are Joining AFGE!

With a constant threat of a government shutdown, cuts to pay and retirement, attacks on their voice at work and the work they do, federal employees feel they're not getting the support they need to do their jobs. That's why more and more federal employees are joining AFGE.

Click here to see how many members we have now "

On The Job Injury (OJI)

An on the job injury (OJI) is something no employee wants to experience. However, on the job injuries do occur, when they do bargaining union employees (BUE) find themselves in a situation to where the injury must be reported to their supervisor and documents must be submitted. When these injuries happen, the process can be very confusing and difficult to maneuver. Documents must be filled out, submitted, and within time requirements for most documents.

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AFL-CIO affiliated - helping Injured workers since 2000.
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