|LOCAL 101 - WE MAKE SANTA CLARA COUNTY HAPPEN|
Welcome to AFSCME Local 101 the Santa Clara County Workers Union!
An AFSCME Local 101 member recently won an award for her creative techniques used to enrich the lives of the animals in her care at a San Jose zoo. Read more >>>
Keeping our children safe is job #1. Your free child ID kit should help your peace of mind.
AFSCME Local 101 member Ingrid Bella recently joined the Executive Board for Council 57 after the delegates overwhelmingly voted to have her fill a vacant board seat in July. Read more >>>
As Patty Hubbard, a longtime 911 dispatcher for the San Jose Fire Department, delivered twins over the phone, her skills were put to the test. But just like the rest of our members who are emergency dispatchers and usually the “first” first responders, Hubbard handled the delivery in heroic fashion and even made history for the city. Read more >>>
The controversy over who gets to decide the retirement security of San Jose public employees has finally been put to rest. The San Jose City Council agreed to adopt a judge’s ruling to repeal Measure B—the divisive 2012 pension reform initiative put forward by former Mayor Chuck Reed. Read more >>>
AFSCME Local 101 represents 13 chapters in Santa Clara County. To find detailed information regarding your chapter, click here.
Maintaining membership in AFSCME Local 101 ensures that your voice is heard when communicating with Employers through collective bargaining and policy changes that may affect your wages, your rights, and your safety (just a few examples). You will have the right to vote on contract ratifications or rejections, who represents you at the bargaining table, and other contract enforcement matters.
Let your voice be heard. Join AFSCME Local 101 today.
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