Virginia Beach City Workers Speak-out for Collective Bargaining!

Saturday, January 23
Via zoom

2021 will be a major year of changes for city workers — the VA General Assembly has voted on a new law that will go into effect on May 1, 2021 allowing city workers, for the first time in history, to collectively bargain a union contract directly with the City Manager.

However, in order for that to happen, a majority of the City Council must vote on a resolution to support collective bargaining, such as was done with the City of Portsmouth.

City workers across VB have been signing union cards to join UE, a member-run union, so that you can speak for yourself and bargain for better wages, benefits and working conditions. WE ARE TIRED OF BEGGING, WE ARE READY TO BARGAIN!

Join us on Jan. 23 to hear city workers speak out for changes, and to carry on the legacy of Dr. King, who took his last stand with striking sanitation workers in the South fighting for the same issues you are!

Mark your calendar! Join us via zoom or call in on your phone, 6pm Saturday, January 23.

Join Zoom Meeting, 6pm on Saturday, 1/23:

Meeting ID: 820 1147 9590
Passcode: 800194

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Call in on phone:
Meeting ID: 820 1147 9590
Passcode: 800194

Join and Build the Virginia Beach City Workers Union, UE Local 111

Contact us today at 757-632-7866