News

Los Angeles County & Court employees received a pay raise! Congratulations to our members who received a 2.65% or 3% pay raise effective January 1, 2021. This is just one of many wins for our members.

Please note: As a result of these pay raises, AFSCME members working for these LA County locals will see a nominal increase in union membership dues. We wanted to bring this to your attention so that you can understand and track these changes on your paycheck.

After weeks of meeting with department leaders, Correctional Health Services (CHS) employees have won the battle to get back partial telework.

On episode 3, I introduce our new segment the "Union Corner" and I discuss the immigration and labor movement with AFSCME Local 946 member Aiko Marcial Rivera. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/G554t5HrzNI

On Episode 2, Francisco Noyola from Local 3624 joins the podcast to discuss his recent campaign for Hawaiian Gardens City Council.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsvUDjV65-Q

This Thursday is our legislative process seminar!

Welcome to the AFSCME District Council 36 podcast!

On episode 1, we talk to our political intern and our representational intern. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/EsoH_3xOSTE

LA County employees received a pay raise! Congratulations to our LA County members who are a part of Local 119, Local 148, Local 830, Local 1083, Local 1152, Local 1271, Local 1967, Local 2712, and Local 3511. They received a 2.5% pay raise effective October 1, 2020. This is just one of many successes that our bargaining team negotiated for on behalf of our members.

Since the beginning of this crisis, AFSCME has worked non-stop to identify  any and all alternatives to furloughs – because at the end of the day we don’t believe in furloughs, we believe in our ability to flex our union power and come up with ideas that will have the least negative impact on our hard-working members, who make this city happen!