We are excited to announce that all Oregon AFSCME Central Table locals have successfully ratified their contracts.

Portland, Oregon–In a display of unity and collective strength, members of AFSCME Local 402 representing OHSU Graduate Researchers their new contract with a resounding 98% "Yes" vote. 

July 18, 2023 - The horrific murder of Cascadia McCarthy Place Mental Health Aide, Haley Rogers has placed a spotlight on the issue of safety at one of Multnomah County’s mental health provid

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A strong majority of the membership participated in two days of voting across multiple sites. Thank you to everyone who made their voices heard throughout bargaining and especially to the members who always get the final say on your contract.

The tentative agreement was ratified with 74% of the voting members in support.

Salem, Oregon — In a landmark move that signifies the power of union action, state workers represented by Oregon AFSCME have reached a tentative agreement on their new contract with the State. This agreement brings unprecedented Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) increases for the state workers amidst the rapid rise in inflation and the current statewide staffing crisis.

After our first mediation session and months of bargaining, your bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with the city on June 29 for a new three-year agreement.

The bargaining team has requested to enter into mediation with the City and has canceled the previously scheduled bargaining session for June 15. We will let everyone know once mediation dates are scheduled.

We know members will have questions about what comes next, so we'd like to share this helpful document explaining the process.

First, we want to thank everyone who came out to the rally to support the bargaining team, it was a great turnout of employees from across the city!