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WFSE members have chosen who will represent them at the bargaining table to negotiate their 2025-2027 contracts.

Dedicated WFSE members at the Washington Department of Children, Youth and Families show up for kids and families during some of the hardest times in their lives.

Big decisions about our working conditions and livelihoods will be made in Olympia during the 2024 legislative session. Through our union, we have a seat at the table. Register for your lobby day today!

Many of our contracts will begin bargaining for our 2019-2021 contracts in May.

Get connected to your team! Many teams have websites where you can find your current contract(s), enforcement, reports and bargaining updates.

Find you team at CONTRACT CENTER

Don't know what team you are? Call the Member Connection Center (MCC) at 833-MCC-WFSE (1-833-622-9373).

When AFSCME members stand together, we have power in numbers. Together, we can defend our freedom to take our loved ones to the doctor when they get sick and retire with dignity some day. Together, we have the power to make our voices heard at work and in our democracy. That’s our AFSCME Agenda.


WFSE’s custodial members at Bellevue College (Local 304) petitioned the Board of Trustees April 25 to rescind what would be the third shift change in less than 18 months.


WFSE’s custodial members at Bellevue College petition the Board of Trustees to rescind what would be the third shift change in less than 18 months.

Bargaining for Bellevue College and other Community College Coalition (CCC) begins soon.  Find information at https://ccc.wfse.org or text CCC to 237263 to receive bargaining updates.

The University of Washington Bargaining Team hard at work today (4/25/18) prepping for negotiations on the next, 2019-2021 contract.

Much at stake. It's about fair pay, benefits, working conditions. But also empowering UW members and changing lives.

#StrongerTogether #PowerUp

Find UW Bargaining information at
https://UW.wfse.org

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.