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AFSCME Local 2620 represents nearly 5,000 health and social services professionals throughout the state of California. Since 1976, we have been fighting to improve the wages, benefits, retirement security and work conditions for all members in California state services.

AFSCME Local 2620 News

29May 19

AFSCME Local 2620 General Membership Meeting Agenda

  Contract Negotiations Local Pay for High Cost Counties Increase in Employer medical contributions as a raise is anticipated in 2023 COLA increase Transparency for recruitment and retention Parity for…

25Apr 19

Legislative Update (SB-363 and SB-591)

SB 363 (Pan): Workplace Safety Today, the California State Senate Committee on Labor, Public Employment, and Retirement passed through the AFSCME sponsored bill, SB 363. This bill would require the…

13Feb 19

DOR/AFSCME Student Services Meeting

AFSCME Council 57, Local 2620 met with DOR Labor Management on January 17, 2019 in Sacramento to follow up on the Issues/Concerns of the new Student Service Program. The Meet…

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