If your credit card or bank information has changed, you can call (608) 662-1444 or (800) 362-7390 to get it updated. Extension 226 will get you an AFT-W staff person who is available weekdays until 3:30. Extension 227 will get you the WPEC office which is usually staffed on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday afternoons. If you have a new email address, home address or worksite information, you can email it to email@example.com.
Some resources about civil service.
Article by our Attorney - "Civil Service System: Proposed Bills Change Hiring and Firing Processes" by Timothy Hawks and Michele Sumara.
The History of Wisconsin Civil Service System - written by OSER to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Wisconsin's Civil Service System.
Letter to Editor by Klein - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Letter to Editor by Klein - Wisconsin State Journal
Letter to Editor by Hynum - Capital Times. A slightly edit version also ran in Wisconsin State Journal.
The status of the University of Wisconsin System as one of the world's premier public university systems is under threat. As the UW System Board of Regents contemplates the end of meaningful academic freedom, AFT-Wisconsin members around the UW System - academic staff, faculty, graduate employees, university staff - are mobilizing to defend the quality of public higher education in Wisconsin. Take a stand for UW System students - sign the petition today!
The Wisconsin Labor History Society sponsors two annual competitions for Wisconsin students. Wisconsin high school students in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in an essay contest on the theme of the importance of unions to their families and communities, with cash prizes of up to $300. College students (two- or four-year) and graduate students can participate in a research paper competition, with a $500 prize available at the college level and $1000 at the graduate level.
The AFT along with the American Association of University Professors, filed an amicus curiae brief in the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case before the U.S. Supreme Court. The case threatens to make it harder for working people to join together and speak out together.