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Student Loan Webinar

January 16, 2022

Please join our nation union Wednesday, January 19 for an important webinar to find out how AFSCME members can qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. Register for the webinar PSLF is a federal student loan relief program established in 2007 and...

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DC37 Statement Calling for Telework Policy

December 23, 2021

STATEMENT FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR HENRY GARRIDO CALLING FOR A TELEWORK POLICY   The time for a teleworking policy for City workers is long overdue. We called for one in September and we are again demanding one today. City workers have already sacrificed too much....

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DC37 Statement on Vaccine Mandate

October 28, 2021

Dear [DC37] Delegates,   As promised during our meeting Tuesday night, I want to provide an update on our negotiations with the City regarding the vaccine mandate. Last night, a judge in Richmond County denied the PBA a temporary restraining order on the mandate....

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New Vaccine Mandate from Mayor de Blasio to all City workers

October 22, 2021

First dose of Vaccination is to be done by Monday November 1, 2021 to be in compliance with the new mandate from Mayor de Blasio. To receive the $500.00 bonus the first dose must be completed by 5pm Friday October 29, 2021. The union...

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Pay, Not Parade!

July 05, 2021

To The Members of Local 768, This coming Wednesday July 7, 2021, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the City of New York will hold a Ticker Tape Parade to honor the essential workers of this great City. The Leadership of Local 768 has decided...

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AFSCME Judicial Panel Upholds Election Results

February 28, 2021

On Feb 26th, AFSCME Judicial Panel Chairperson Carla Insinga issued her decision on the protests filed against the results of the election held on Nov 30th, 2020: DECISION The AAA processed the vote by mail election. Members were provided with a "reasonable opportunity to...

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