|Local 2663 - State of CT Social & Human Service Professional Employees (P-2)|
About Council 4
Council 4 members work in a diverse range of occupations (technical, blue collar, professional, clerical and more) and professions (health care, corrections and law enforcement, welfare and social services, public workers, K-12 education and higher education and more).
Headquartered in New Britain, CT, Council 4 provides its nearly 500 local unions with a variety of services, including collective bargaining, economic and contract research, education and training, political and legislative affairs, public relations and legal representation.
The statewide union that was to become Council 4 was founded in 1937 with 28 members, but by 1942 that number had grown to 1,000 and it broke the 20,000 mark in the 1980s. With aggressive organizing and a commitment to servicing its members, Council 4 has grown to become the state's most formidable labor presence.
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