Publications/ Information

The most impactful unions are active, educated and informed. The resources below are great tools for members who want to learn more about our union and for those who want to become more active in meetings. There is useful information for every member on this page. 

Membership Sign up

Become a dues paying member and have a louder, more impactful voice at the workplace. Sign-up with the membership card and submit it to an elected officer or supervisor, the supervisor can forward it to us. 

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New Hire Packet

Whether you are new to the ACWM team or a veteran inspector, this packet has a lot of useful information. Also included here is the AFSCME outreach packet.

Local 830 MOU

Our Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is the result of many years of collective bargaining. Local 830 leadership and AFSCME Council 36 will continue to fight for higher wages, better working conditions, and members' rights. This is our current MOU. 

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In Meeting

Weingarten Rights

(If called to a meeting with management, read the following to management.)

If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined or terminated, or affect my personal working conditions, I respectfully request that my union representative, officer, or steward be present at this meeting. Without representation present, I choose not to participate in the discussion. 

Click on the options below for a more in depth understanding.

Union Meeting Participation

This guide is designed to aid members that want to become more active during local meetings. 

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Learn to lead

Helping others is one of the most rewarding feelings. Learn more about becoming a union leader and how to bring people together.

Local Bill of Rights &
Constitution

Both of these documents dictate how our local union is run.

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