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Support Collective Bargaining Rights for Prince William County Children’s Teachers, Assistants, Nurses, Food Service, Transportation, Custodial Employees, and Other Support Staff!
Prince William general county employees deserve a voice at work!
Prince William County is debating whether or not to pass an ordinance that could give Prince William general county employees new rights and freedoms to build our union and negotiate a union contract to win:

  • Higher wages so Prince William general county employees can care for their families
  • Affordable healthcare
  • Improvements in benefits and safe working conditions
  • Quality public services for the community

We need to show the Board of Supervisors that the community is united in our demand for a strong collective bargaining ordinance for Prince William general county employees.

Complete this form today to send an email to the Board of Supervisors telling them to pass an ordinance that gives  Prince William general county employees strong rights and a real seat at the table.

The time is NOW to send a strong message to the county. Fill out the form today!

 

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I Support Meaningful Collective Bargaining
 
 
Dear [elected official],
As a member of the Prince William County community, I’m writing to let you know that I support meaningful collective bargaining for our dedicated county employees, which includes:
  • Rights for ALL of our county workers (including employees in every department with and without benefits). Do not divide workers.
  • Bargaining over all working conditions. County employees need a say in subjects like staffing, scheduling, discipline and more. Currently, these and other important topics are excluded from bargaining under the draft ordinance.
  • The right for workers to communicate and meet with each other about working conditions and union-related activities. Workers need to be able to communicate with each other and facilitate the broadest possible participation in their union.
Our community’s county employees — mental health workers, first responders, librarians, and so many more — kept us healthy, safe and moving forward during this pandemic. They need and deserve meaningful collective bargaining to keep themselves and their families healthy and safe, as well.
The reason that so many of us choose to live and work in Prince William County is that we appreciate the excellent services provided by our public employees. As a community member, I’m uplifting the changes called for by our frontline workers. Strengthening the three elements I listed above will ensure that workers will have the strong rights they need to continue to serve our community safely and securely during challenging times. Let’s make this happen. Thank you.
Sincerely,
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