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United, we show lawmakers why our ratified contracts and negotiated pay raises matter

United, we show lawmakers why our ratified contrac...

Federation members decked out in AFSCME Green t-shirts packed a Senate budget hearing Monday (Nov. 14) – and the senators got the message that our ratified contracts and negotiated pay raises will go a long way to keeping the employees who provide vital social services, public safety, health and other […]

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Segall, Bristlol and Grubb review ratification vote procedure.

BULLETIN: ALL CONTRACTS RATIFIED!

The online votes are in and all 10 Federation contracts for 2017-2019 have been ratified. Online voting ended at 5 p.m. today (Sept. 30). All contracts were ratified by “overwhelming” margins, according to the Election Committee. The tally was certified at 5:32 p.m., Friday, Sept. 30, 2016 by the Council […]

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RATIFICATION Interpreters

RATIFICATION Interpreters

CONTRACT RATIFICATION Negotiations of the 2017-19 Tentative Agreement (TA) for the WFSE/AFSCME Interpreters United (Language Access Providers) bargaining unit concluded on July 30, 2016. TENTATIVE AGREEMENT (TA) SUMMARY (2017-19 Contract) If a majority of Interpreters United members votes to ratify (accept) this Tentative Agreement (T.A.), and the Legislature also ratifies […]

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Bargaining update: Interpreters bargaining priorities survey continues

Bargaining update: Interpreters bargaining priorit...

From the Interpreters Bargaining Team: Our bargaining team met again with the state on May 12 and 13. We continued to work to improve our rights around what happens when a provider fails to check us out and we don’t get paid for the services we provided. We also spent […]

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Interpreter Bargaining Update 4/20/16

Interpreter Bargaining Update 4/20/16

Professional pay and professional respect come when we complete professional training and professionally perform our jobs daily. That was the main topic our interpreter bargaining team discussed extensively today. Unanimously, our team agreed that the more we require of ourselves in training on matters such as ethics, and the more […]

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Interpreters Bargaining Team update

Interpreters Bargaining Team update

During two long and exhaustive days of bargaining with the state’s negotiating team on March 30 and 31, the WFSE/AFSCME Interpreters Bargaining Team shared all our initial proposals, except for professional development and economics. The two least contentious articles, our Preamble and Union-Management Committees, were both tentatively agreed to by […]

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INTERPRETERS (Language Access Providers) Contract Negotiations

INTERPRETERS (Language Access Providers) Contract ...

Text L1671 to 237263 CONTRACT RATIFICATION INFO RESOURCES Bargaining Structure & Proposals Bargaining Proposal Form Bargaining Timeline TEAM INFORMATION:  http://interpretersunited.wfse.org Bargaining Team Roster: Group 1 – Quan Tran Group 2 – Leroy Mould Group 3 – Samuel Potts Group 4 – Gabriel Oseguera and Aida Sanchez Vela Group 5 – […]

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LOBBY DAY: Local 1671

Local 1671 Lobby Day REGISTER ONLINE: https://actionnetwork.org/events/interpreters-lobby-day-local-1671

Area Report 10/15/15 Interpreters

Language Access Providers (Interpreters): MAM/MAC: Due to a double claiming issue, the UW Dental Clinic is the one remaining public health hospital that participates in MAC. However, we are still working to collect crucial information from the local health jurisdictions, who have not been previously consistently tracking or reporting a […]

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UMCC Interpreters