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WFSE members must come to Olympia to lobby during the 2023 Legislative Session to ensure funding for our contracts, which will benefit our communities, workplaces and families.
In a rushed vote, the Tacoma Art Museum Board refused to voluntarily recognize TAM Workers United (TAMWU), which has over 80% support among employees.
Next action? Worker solidarity day at Tacoma Art Museum on Saturday, November 19 as 12pm.

Hello Classified Staff & Supervisors Bargaining Unit Members! 

We met again with management regarding contract proposals.  It was another productive session and our spirits and attitudes remains very strong! 

We have wrestled over incorporating language changes regarding legislation and look forward to strong memorializing gains for members. 

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Hello Classified Staff & Supervisors Bargaining Unit Members! 

Our latest bargaining negotiations meeting with management took place on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, in the Evergreen State College Board Room.

College president George Bridges addressed both sides and directed us to work together for productive, respectful meetings.  

Hello Classified Staff & Supervisors Bargaining Unit Members!

The 2019-2021 Classified bargaining team had our first day of bargaining with management on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. We tentatively agreed on the Preamble and 24 articles, that will remain the same in the next contract. So far we feel like we have gotten off to a good start!

Hello Classified Staff & Supervisors Bargaining Unit Members! 

Please take the TESC Bargaining Survey for classified employees.

Bargaining is underway and this is one way you can provide input the team. Send completed survey to Ron Heley at [email protected].  Scan to pdf or take images on cell phone and email to Ron.

DOWNLOAD SURVEY HERE

Public service workers across the country are losing their foothold in the middle class. So says an article in The New York Times this week that serves as a reminder of why labor unions are more needed now than ever.