Discipline and Discharge Best Practices for Representing Workers
As stewards and officers of your local union, you have a strong sense of justice along with a willingness to fight for what is right. Representing a grievant in the workplace can be challenging especially in today’s anti-union climate. If you are a local union steward or staff representative who handles disciplinary grievances, this class is for you!
The FMLA: How It Protects Our Families and Our Jobs
Hogar Seguro, Trabajo Seguro
What You Need To Know About the Zika Virus
It's Not Grievable, Now What?
Safe Home, Safe Workplace
Navigating the 5 Steps of Grievance Handling
Power of the POP Planning Purposeful Meetings
Building Power Organizing Around Workplace Issues
Lists, Charts and Tracking our Progress: The Way to Capture Our Unions Strength
Weingarten Rights: What You Need to Know
You’ve Just Been Elected President! Now What???
Connecting with PEOPLE To Make AFSCME Strong
New Employee Orientation: Building Our Union on Day One
Seven Tests of Just Cause: What Are They and How Do I Use Them?
Duty of Fair Representation