Posts Tagged: AFGE

AFGE MEMBERS ELECT J. DAVID COX PRESIDENT OF NATION’S LARGEST FEDERAL AND D.C. GOVERNMENT WORKERS UNION

Eugene Hudson Jr. elected Secretary-Treasurer; Augusta Thomas reelected NVP, Women’s and Fair Practices J. David Cox today was elected national president of the American Federation of Government Employees during the union’s 39th National Convention in Las Vegas. Eugene Hudson Jr. was elected National-Secretary Treasurer, while Augusta Thomas was reelected National Vice President for Women’s and… Read more »

Labor Goes High-Tech: Nation’s largest federal employees union extends its reach through technology

The Information Services department at the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) headquarters in Washington, D.C., is seeking to streamline the online content found on AFGE local websites with content and updates from AFGE National. This product, named LaborWeb will considerably simplify the process of creating a website for a local, as well as create… Read more »

Daily Dose: Federal Workers Union Questions the GOP

An article in the Washington Post shared an ad that is scheduled to air this weekend by the American Federation of Government Employees, targeting the GOP’s recent legislation on federal pay and benefits. The 30-second ad is part of a modest advertising campaign that begins Sunday on TV stations in the Washington area and will… Read more »

AFGE Combats Demonizing Federal Service

Pretty interesting…glad AFGE is defending federal service AFGE CHALLENGES ATTACKS AGAINST FEDERAL WORKFORCE, PROMOTES PUBLIC SERVICES Nation’s Largest Federal Employee Union Launches Good Government Advertising Campaign (WASHINGTON) – The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents 600,000 workers in 75 different federal and DC government agencies, today, launched a nationwide radio ad campaign reminding listeners… Read more »

CLAIMS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT FILED BY MEN HAVE DOUBLE IN LAST TWO DECADES

http://afge.com/index.cfm?Page=PressReleases&PressReleaseID=1117&from=home (WASHIGNTON) – According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), sexual harassment claims filed by men have doubled since 1990. While women still file the overwhelming majority of sexual harassment claims the increase in complaints by men has risen from 8 percent of all complaints in 1990 to 16 percent of all claims in… Read more »