If you missed the January 18 Political Summit at Council 36 headquarters, here is your chance to catch up to speed on the Orange County political landscape in 2014! Click here!
Keeping our children safe is job #1. Your free child ID kit should help your peace of mind.
Change to Retirement Contribution
Recently your retirement contribution changed and this was due to the OCERS board that makes an adjustment every year in regards to an increase on the cost of retirement. As county employees we are notified on the payroll portal each year. This change is very different from the PEPRA changes that we are still currently negotiating. The OCERS yearly cost increase is not a negotiated amount.
Dear Local 2076 Members,
On June 3rd, the Primary Election will decide which two top vote getters advance to the General Election this November.
Your union, along with the local and statewide labor movement did the work of interviewing and endorsing candidates who are truly fighting to uplift workers and their families.Read more >>>
It was a busy year for our Union. Let’s review our work, our struggles, and our victories. Click here!
Workload Health and Safety Survey
Dear ASAP Members:
Your information and participation is very important, as this is the only way we are able to let the agency know that the working conditions you are currently working under are not safe. Your health is the priority to us and no one should ever feel overwhelming stress or pressure during these hard times. We want to thank you in advance for supporting our efforts in making sure that you have all the tools needed and a working environment that is conducive to the work you do on a regular basis. Please remember to always take your lunch and other breaks. If needed, please notify your supervisor that you have a client, but are required to take your break. Management should be working with you as a team, not as a micro-manager.
We are here to support you and help insure safe working conditions. So please understand that is the reason your participation in collecting this data is so important.
AFSMCE Local 2076
Local 2076 Bylaws
Sandra Fox Sworn-in to District Council 36 Executive Board
Local 2076 President, Sandra Fox is sworn-in as Vice President of Orange County on the District Council 36 Executive Board.
Message From Your President
Sisters and Brothers –
You received a message today from Management which “reminds” us of our “work hours.” The message was intended to try and intimidate you at a critical moment, right before our vigil and rally on Monday and Tuesday.
As long as you follow the guidelines in our contract (MOU), you are protected.
Remember: Management is sitting on $52 million in federal revenues that should be spent on critically needed “safety net” Social Services and staffing. This is a public embarassment. Already, the press and media know about our events and we have a great speaker lineup both days!
I urge each and every one of you to participate in our 6pm vigil May 6 and 8:30 am rally May 7 in front of the OC Board of Supervisors Building (Hall of Administration), 333 S Santa Ana Blvd.
It is critical that you take the appropriate release time to attend the rally during work hours. The rally on will be followed by a Board of Supervisors meeting and many of us will stay until 1pm before returning to work that day. We will be joined by clergy, concerned taxpayers and advocates for the poor.
We have our contact protections to back us up, and our First Amendment rights to march and speak out! Let’s show Management that their scare tactics won't work. We will grow even louder!
Have a great week end and see you all on Monday and Tuesday!
A Rap Song for OC Eligibility Workers in Our Fight for a Fair Contract!
AFSCME 2076 rank and file members organized and had the most volunteers of Locals during the Prop 32 campaign. They produced 10% of membership to volunteer from their small Local when the expectation from the California Labor Federation was merely 1.5%!
Members Show Solidarity With "Go Green Thursday!"
Members throughout Local 2076 wore green on Thursday to show their solidarity!
Members Turn Out For General Membership Meeting!
On March 14, Local 2076 Members turn out for an informative meeting to discuss negotiation updates.
Thank you, Members of Local 2076, for your patience as your negotiating team continues to meet with County Management to produce equitable contracts.
Here is the answer: It’s about TIME….
Members of the 2076 Executive Board had lunch with Congresswomen Loretta Sanchez of the 46th District at her home in Santa Ana on March 3, 2013.
Go Green Thursdays Are Back!
Show Solidarity and wear green Thursdays!
GREEN= Assistance we provide to families
Please Ask your financial adviser or tax preparer how overtime may affect your Earned Income Tax Credit.
AFSCME reminds you that overtime paid at time and a half rate is for actual hours worked in excess of forty(40) hour workweek.
Jury duty, vacation time, sick time and County holidays taken during your forty hour (40) work week may only be eligible to earn straight overtime-not time and a half.
Governor Jerry Brown has released his budget for the upcoming 2013-14 Fiscal Year. Click the links below to download a pdf.
Check out the new Local 2076 Youtube Page
Over 300 Eligibility Workers Rally at Board of Supervisors Meeting and Moorlach said "Get Back to Work"
Santa Ana (Contract Action Team /CAT) – Tuesday morning, over 300 Eligibility Workers (EWs) rallied outside the Hall of Administration. EWs were chanting favorites such as “Hey-hey, ho-ho, All those lies have got to go!” and “What do we want? CONTRACT! When do we want it? NOW!” Others utilized their whistles to the beat of the chants, while many others held signs showing an array of messages. The Civic Center Plaza was flooded by a sea of green. CAT members wore white AFSCME t-shirts and wore berets. EWs then stretched their legs and got a little cardio by marching through the plaza in unison while chanting.
Board of Supervisors Fact Sheet
AFSCME letter to Congresswomen Loretta Sanchez
Read the letter to Congresswomen Loretta Sanchez opposing the Pension Hybrid Plan in Orange County. Click here to download the letter.
A Message From Your President
'We Go On Because the Work Is Essential'
Orange County eligibility workers represented by AFSCME Local 2076 were in the press recently, describing the everyday trials and tribulations – as well as the great rewards – of their job. Local 2076 members are in the middle of fierce negotiations with County management, and have taken their message straight to the public in this story, published in the Voice of Orange County. Read all about it!
We want to share our photos with you! Check out the new Local 2076 Flickr page. Check back often to see new photos from our events. We'll be updating and adding our newest photos!
Find Us on Facebook!
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A Message from Local 2076 President Sandra Fox
Make Sure We Can Reach You!
Especially now with contract negotiations starting up, it is very important that we have your current contact information so that you can stay in the loop, including your email/telephone/mailing address. Please make sure that your union Board has that information.
Local 2076 Buttons Are Here!
Proudly support Local 2076! Get your buttons from your Steward or Local Union Officer!
Have you filled out a union postcard yet? If not, pick one up from your steward and fill it out today.
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