|Local 2663 - State of CT Social & Human Service Professional Employees (P-2)|
AFSCME 2663 represents 2500 members in Human and Social Service jobs in
We are Investigators, Social Workers, Attorneys, Case Aides, Interpreters, Youth Service Officers, Field Representatives, Advocates and Licensing Specialists.
We are working in Day Care facilities, training schools, hospitals, courts and offices across the state.
Local 2663's members are visible every day of the week, working and helping the community.
Local 2663 is affiliated with AFSCME Council 4 in
Congressman Jim Himes joins tenants and workers at the Bridgeport Housing Authority to decry buget cuts to to public housing.
Some 300 Council 4 members deluged the State Capitol May 8 to urge legislators to stand up for working families.
Our union is fighting to expand retirement security for all workers as part of our platform to rebuild the middle class.
Get the latest state employee contract news, including the HEP bonus payment and the pre-55 retirement grievance settlement.
The roads you took to work this morning. The clean and safe water that you brushed your teeth with. The bus that picked your kids up for school.
Our taxes make all of these public services — and so much more — possible. They make our communities possible. And we're proud to invest in our common good.
Council 4 is pushing for a fair budget that asks for shared sacrifice from Connecticut's wealthiest citizens and largest corporations.
City workers in Bristol are standing up for quality public services as they take on ill-considered attempts to privatize operations.
Calling him "the only choice for the 99%," AFSCME announced Dec. 6 their endorsement of President Barack Obama for reelection in 2012.
Delegates to AFSCME's 39th International Convention pay tribute to former Secretary-Treasurer William Lucy, a giant of the labor and civil rights movements.
Our members in New Haven are fighting the DeStefano administration's efforts to destroy good jobs in the community.
The 4-Word is the official membership publication of Council 4, reaching nearly 40,000 active and retired members.
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