|Membership keeps us informed and prepared. Union representation is our strength for collective action. Worksites separate us, but organized we diminish those differences and enhance our strength as workers in public service.|
Stand up, speak up. Recommit to Local 1914 membership. Contact 1914 officer with questions.
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Continue your Membership!
Continue your Membership! Recommit to WSEU Local 1914 online through AFSCME Council 24 site or contact Local 1914 officer.
Why join Local 1914?
When you stand with the Union, the Union stands with you. Worker-friendly politicians – Republican, Democrat and Independent – come and go based on our involvement and dedication to making sure they’re in office advocating for us. Union membership brings information and strength to shared governance, provides needed checks and balances and accountability and improves working conditions. Our working conditions are students' learning conditions and when you improve one, you improve the other.
What services does Local 1914 provide?
Representation when treated unjustly and at disciplinary meetings.
Resource to assist or help you navigate the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and American with Disabilities Act (ADA), as well as a variety of other issues in the workplace such as work safety, hours, transfers, work rules, reclassification, and paid leave.
Updates on Wisconsin Retirement System protections and Interpretation of Classfied Staff Council self governance policies and procedures.
Assistance to manuever the Wisconsin Human Resource Handbook which governs Local 1914 employees.
Purchasing discounts, scholarships, financial service through AFSCME Advantage.
Local 1914 provides you with information. Working with our AFSCME field representative and the Greater West Central Area Labor Council, we are involved and informed on issues facing working families around the state. Membership meetings, 1914 leadership, and our website are available to help you get involved.
What can you do?
- talk with co-workers
- attend meetings to keep informed
- attend rallies
- distribute material
- contact legislators
- get out the vote
- share with your Union any ideas you may have
- follow AFSCME Council 24 Union on social networks