HOPE AFSCME Local 123

We are HOPE AFSCME Local 123

As HOPE AFSCME Local 123  members, we have the power to make a difference. By joining together, HOPE members have clout at the ballot box, in the halls of government and at the bargaining table. HOPE AFSCME Local 123 is one of the city’s most powerful advocates for working families in the city of Houston.

HOPE members now have the opportunity to ratify their new 2018 Meet and Confer Agreement.

On Friday, June 8th, representatives from the City of Houston and your HOPE Bargaining team reached an agreement for the 2018 Meet and Confer Agreement.

The Agreement includes a 3% Across-the-Board Wage Increase for FY 2019, Dispute Resolution Procedure protections, and many other policy improvements that will positively impact ALL City of Houston workers. Follow the link below to see both the summary and the full agreement.

 https://www.hopetx.org/2018-meet-and-confer-agreement-ratification

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HOPE AFSCME Local 123 members served their city heroically during Huricane Harvey. Many of you worked night and day to protect the people of Houston while your own homes were flooded and damaged. HOPE is dedicated to helping members rebuild their lives and make sure that we stay HOUSTON STRONG together. Below are resources available to HOPE members. 

Click here to register with the Texas Workers Relief project 

Click here to register with FEMA 

HOPE Members, in addition to the schedule of physical locations, you can now Ratify your 2018 Meet and Confer Agreement by following this link and completing the HOPE Ratification Form.

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