Letters, Statements & More
AFSCME Letter to House Urging No Vote on H.R. 1090 House Resolution 1090 would delay Labor Department protections for investors, which require financial professionals to provide advice in clients' "best interest"
AFSCME Letter (Sign-On) to House Cmte. Opposing Bill to Delay Labor Dept.’s Fiduciary Standard HR 1090 (10/29/15)
AFSCME Comment Letter Supporting Labor Department’s Proposed Rule on Fiduciary Standard to DOL (7/21/15)
Institutional Investors Press Companies for Disclosure of Lobbying in 2014 Shareholder resolutions filed with 48 companies by 60 institutional and individual investors.
AFSCME's Saunders: “Ruling Paves The Way For The Decimation Of Detroit’s Working Class.”
Court Rules in Favor of AFSCME Members, Detroit Bankruptcy Illegal Statement by AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders: Snyder and Orr are not above the law and cannot ignore the Michigan constitution
Massachusetts Workers Blast Mitt Romney: “Romney and His Corporate-Backed Allies in Washington Would Only Make Matters Worse”
Wisconsin Retirees: Paul Ryan Would “Tear Seniors’ Safety Net to Shreds”
AFSCME’s Saunders: Choice Between Obama-Biden and Romney-Ryan “Couldn’t Be Any Clearer” Statement of AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders following Romney's selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate
AFSCME’s Saunders: Wall Street’s “Casino Mentality” Behind JP Morgan’s Losses, Economic Woes Statement of AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders following the announcement by JP Morgan Chase that London trading losses exceed $4 billion
AFSCME Urges Shareholders to Vote against Executive Compensation at Pfizer (PFE) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
“Priorities That Are Out of Touch with Basic American Values” Statement of AFSCME President Gerald W. McEntee on the Ryan budget plan
Investors Issue Call for Annual Vote on Executive Pay Today 39 institutional investors, issued a public call for companies to support an annual advisory vote on executive compensation in their spring proxy statements and for investors to vote for annual “Say on Pay” votes.
AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Announces 27 Shareholder Proposals The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO (AFSCME) Employees Pension Plan, today announced its 27 proposals for greater transparency concerning risk, director accountability and independent board leadership.
Barclays, Northern, State Street and Vanguard Top List of Mutual Funds Enabling Excessive CEO Pay New Report Examines Mutual Fund Proxy Voting Patterns on Executive Compensation
AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Applauds Appointment of Independent Chairman at Fifth Third
AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Urges Support for Independent Chairman Proposals and ‘Vote No’ Campaigns at Nabors and Abercrombie & Fitch
AFSCME Employees Pension Plan To Vote Against Compensation at Morgan Stanley Use of “Say on Pay” Vote to Voice Dissatisfaction Gains Momentum
AFSCME Lauds House Committee Passage of “Say-On-Pay” Legislation
AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Announces 2009 Shareholder Proposals In the Wake of Financial Crisis, Executive Pay, Board Reform, Corporate Accountability Top Pension Plan Agenda
AFSCME Urges “Vote No” for ACS Compensation Committee Members Committee’s judgment on pay and backdated stock options labeled excessive
Public Funds Call for Support of Landmark Shareholder Access to the Proxy at Hewlett-Packard
AFSCME Announces 2007 Shareholder Proposals 27 proposals focus on executive pay, board reform, corporate accountability
McEntee Hails Resignation of Home Depot Chief, Calls For Greater CEO Accountability
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