LAS VEGAS – Veronica Davis-Brown explained how having a voice on the job would allow her to share her expertise of many years on the job as a correctional officer and better serve the prison community.
Agueda Sanchez outlined why making staff-led changes in the workplace would allow state workers to provide better services to Nevada’s youth.
Elizabeth Crumrine spoke about how staff need a way to advocate for much-needed resources to better serve rural families.
Davis-Brown’s comments came at a legislative hearing, where she testified in support of Senate Bill (SB) 135, a bill aimed at extending collective bargaining rights to more than 20,000 state workers for the first time. Sanchez spoke at a worker’s rally. Crumrine addressed a press conference.