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Call the Governor daily

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TAKE ACTION TODAY

Call Gov Inslee: 1-360-902-4111

Phone Message: Hi, my name is (NAME) & I want to leave a message for the governor.

Please tell him to stop the revolving door of state employment. Invest in public employees by supporting real raises and no increases in health care costs so we can afford to answer the call to public service.

Office hours are 8am-5pm


State employees want fair contracts that end the growing trend of public servants driven out of public service by non-competitive pay.

Washington state’s recent salary survey showed that 99 percent of state employees are paid below market rate, an alarming trend because the State of Washington is the largest employer — public or private — in the state. The state employees call for a fair contract that includes competitive pay, safe staffing and workload relief.


TAKE ACTION TOMORROW

Call Gov Inslee: 1-360-902-4111

Phone Message: Hi, my name is (NAME) & I want to leave a message for the governor.

Please tell him to stop the revolving door of state employment. Invest in public employees by supporting real raises and no increases in health care costs so we can afford to answer the call to public service.

Office hours are 8am-5pm


The competitive pay gap has caused a revolving-door crisis where it’s getting harder and harder to attract and keep state employees. That crisis threatens the services provided by employees of the state, including: law enforcement; safe and clean college campuses; direct care for veterans, disabled, mentally ill and at-risk children and adults; keeping our roads safe and maintaining our highway infrastructure; safeguarding health and safety in the workplace and public utilities like drinking water; and protecting our natural resources.

Washington residents deserve and expect quality services. YOU can urge the governor to support meaningful raises for state employees, ensure no more out-of-pocket costs on health insurance, and provide immediate relief of short staffing and workloads. Your voice urging our state to invest in Washington will make a difference.


TAKE ACTION EVERY DAY

Call Gov Inslee: 1-360-902-4111

Phone Message: Hi, my name is (NAME) & I want to leave a message for the governor.

Please tell him to stop the revolving door of state employment. Invest in public employees by supporting real raises and no increases in health care costs so we can afford to answer the call to public service.

Office hours are 8am-5pm


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3 Comments on “Call the Governor daily

  1. Please tell him to stop the revolving door of state employment. Invest in public employees by supporting real raises and no increases in health care so we can afford to answer the call to public service.

  2. Jay stop this bs, why should we have to fight for a decent living wage. You gave teachers a raise, why not state emplyees, 600 st emplyees leave st gov,t employment each month. We have low wages and unreasonable management we deal with dailey all to provide public services to the citizen’s of washington.please give us our deserved raise.

  3. I’m not a union member, but support this effort. We need to make full union membership mandatory for all State employees (including WMS); no “agency fee payers”. The union should be a participant in the hiring of all State employees.

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