As President of Local 1504, both I and my Executive Board welcome you to our site
This site was designed to keep our bargaining unit employees
and union members informed on important matters relating to our workplace,
workplace rights, our union and our fellow brothers and sisters. Our "Contact"
page has links, by name, that will make your "trip" into our Local 1504 website
If you have any suggestions on how to make this site even better, please feel free to provide me feedback at email@example.com. Also, if you are a newer employee to Fort Lewis, "Welcome!" Never has our need to build membership, communicate and "fight the good fight" been more important!
Head of Largest VA Union Urges Lawmakers to Protect Workers’ Representation Rights
Feb 16th, 2017
Use of official time by union representatives results in better care for veterans, AFGE leader says Read about it here
The Senate FAIR Act Supports Middle Class Govt Workers
Feb 2nd, 2017
AFGE thanks Senator Brian Schatz for standing up for civil servants Read about it here
Education and Training at Your Finger Tips
Jan 21st, 2017
You asked for it – and now you have more access to education and training than ever! Read about it here
Raising America’s Pay
Jan 21st, 2017
An initiative of the Economic Policy Institute Read the article here
Three P's for safer winter driving.
October 16th, 2016
Read about it here.
The AFGE 1504 2016 1st Quarter Newsletter
Employee Assistance Program
Here is the Spring Newsletter from JBLM Employee Assistance Program.
The Article Archive:
If you are a business contacted by any company, organization, corporation, individual or individuals stating they represent or are affiliated, or connected, or are part or belonging to American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Local 1504 (Fort Lewis Washington) be advised that you are being contacted about a BOGUS Publishing Company.
Did you Know?
If you are called into a meeting with management and you believe that the questioning could in any way lead to your being disciplined or terminated, or affect your personal working conditions, you have the right to request that a Union representative or Steward be present at the meeting. Without representation, explain that you choose not to answer any questions.
Freedom's something our people in the Military earned a long time ago, a better life for our people, the Union earned for a very long time, but it doesn't end there. We have to keep on earning it or it will disappear. Support our Veterans and their families and THINK UNION.
News and Information
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|New Beginings||Matt Hines||2016-01-06|
|Five Things Unions Have Done For All Americans||Frank Schatzer||2016-01-08|
The union is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and divided into 12 geographical districts consisting of some 1,100 Locals. Over one-half of AFGE's members are consolidated into agency-wide bargaining units. Agencies with the highest concentration of union membership include the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Social Security Administration and the Department of Justice.
The Labor Union Movement in America
The story of organized labor is part of the story of America. Here is an article that gives a bit of insight on where we came from: An American History of Labor
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