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AFGE Delivers Half Million Signatures to Save Social Security Offices

October 03, 2014

AFGE, Social Security Works and the Alliance for Retired Americans on Thursday submitted half a million signatures of people who demand that Social Security offices remain open in local communities across the country. In total, four rallies took place across the country in Columbus, Ohio, New York, Oakland, Calif. and Washington, D.C.

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AFGE Boycotts Staples

June 25, 2014

The U.S. Postal Service is adding more low-wage jobs to the economy by outsourcing work to low-wage employer Staples and replacing USPS workers with Staples workers who average only $8.50 an hour. The USPS-Staples deal, which established postal counters in more than 80 Staples stores with plans to expand the program to Staples’ 1,500 stores, doesn’t make any sense also because Staples is closing at least 225 stores by the end of 2015. The closing of postal offices and Staples stores will leave many Americans especially those in the rural areas without access to any nearby post office.

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Categories: Workers Rights

AFGE Updates – Now On Your Phone

June 23, 2014

AFGE National is proud to introduce AFGE Mobile, our SMS/Text Message Program for members. The text messaging program was designed to provide local and agency-specific updates on legislation, union events and opportunities for action to AFGE members across the country. 

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Categories: Workers Rights

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