NSO hosted an Emerging Issues panel on Thursday afternoon to discuss the challenges facing our staff unions. Preparing for contentious bargaining, Janus, the loss of payroll deduction, right to work and other issues were addressed during the panel organized by Kelly Compeau of Pennsylvania. “Surviving is what we do best” Rich Grady said while laying out the issues facing […]
NSO’s 2018 Winter Advocacy “United to Meet Our Challenges and Opportunities” kicked off to a great start on Thursday morning. Over 350 NSO members showed up ready to attend sessions so they can gain knowledge and skills to take back home to their staff union. 15 new sessions were added to the session series this […]
The Retreat is being held January 11-13 at the Hyatt Regency in Sarasota, FL. You will be able to gain knowledge and enhance your skills necessary to endure the many attacks that are launched against your members. Participants have to register online by November 10, 2017. Use the session descriptions and the program grid to make your session selections. You can also make your hotel reservations online through December 6, 2017. Be […]
Darjean ‘s Message “Building for the Future: Are you Ready?” Establishes We Are On The Right Footing As a Collective
By Kenya Spearman, CSO/NSO In the company of over 273 delegates, 21 guests, 13 executive committee members, Brad Darjean delivered his first NSO President’s message to galvanize NSO brothers and sisters from across the country to take on the mantle of solidarity, promise and hope for NSO and its affiliate organizations.
The 2018 WAR Request for Proposal is now available for download. Please complete the following form and return it to Catherine Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, August 18, 2017. The entire form must be complete to be considered. Incomplete forms may result in your RFP not being considered.
The Harvard Trade Union Program is an intensive six (6) week program designed for trade union leaders. The dates for the 107th session are fromJanuary 8th – February 16th, 2018. It is comparable to the advanced education that Harvard University offers to executive level individuals in Business and Government. It teaches the essential skills necessary to effectively […]
The retirement of Tom Greene (MI), Vice President of Program, and Mary Freel, (NE) Region 6 Director, adds two more NSO Executive Committee positions to be elected at the 2017 NSO Representative Assembly in Atlanta on June 9-10. Candidates elected to the positions will be finishing out the two-year terms of Greene and Freel.
Dr. Elaine Bernard is no stranger to the National Staff Organization or the Representative Assembly.