Marin County Probation Officers, joined by other safety officers, county employees, and labor organizations, will hold a rally and protest on Tuesday, October 4, calling on the County to provide living wages and stop the recent attempt to outsource critical Probation Department work.
After late night negotiations sessions and refusals to budge on language in their contracts that protect their job security and benefits, Marin County Deputy District Attorneys, Marin County Probation, and MCMEA (a Local 856 affiliate) Teamsters each ratified new agreements with the County last month. “The County tried to force us to accept takeaways in a time when theRead More >
It may not be a presidential election year, but this year your vote is just as important. The California primary is June 5, 2018, and the general election is November 6, 2018. If you have not registered or you’re unsure if you’re registered, go to www.registertovote.ca.gov to register to vote. With open seats in theRead More >
MCMEA, an association of over 300 public employees in Marin County, recently voted overwhelmingly to affiliate with Teamsters 856. MCMEA members are County professionals in public works, health and human services, the County sheriff’s office, information technology services, and more. Teamsters 856 has a long history of advocating for working people in Marin County – the Local alsoRead More >
For Immediate Release: October 18, 2017 Contact: Susanna Farber, (650) 266-7709, SFarber@ibt856.org Marin County public employees group vote to affiliate with Teamsters 856 Marin County – MCMEA, an association of public employees in Marin County, has voted to affiliate with Teamsters 856. The over 300-person association includes County professionals in public works, health and human services, the County sheriff’s office, information technology services,Read More >