Nevada State AFL-CIO

 

Las Vegas, Nev. — Today, working families across Nevada will begin to receive another of their Child Tax Credit advance payments.

Las Vegas, Nev. — Today, Friday, October 8, the city of Las Vegas will host its Pride Parade, to uplift the LGBTQIA+ communities in Southern Nevada. 

Recent News

Marcial Reyes could have just quit his job. Frustrated with chronic understaffing at the Kaiser Permanente hospital where he works in Southern California, he knows he has options in a region desperate for nurses.

Instead, he voted to go on strike.

And many of them are either hitting the picket lines or quitting their jobs as a result.

The changing dynamics of the US labor market, which has put employees rather than employers in the driver's seat in a way not seen for decades, is allowing unions to flex their muscle.

Las Vegas, Nev. — Today, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) released the results of a vote in which members across the country voted to authorize a nationwide strike against film and TV productions if negotiations with the AMPTP fail to produce a fair deal. IATSE Local 720 in Southern Nevada is part of the Area Standards Agreement and participated in the authorization vote. 

Las Vegas, Nev. — Today, the Nevada AFL-CIO Executive Secretary-Treasurer Susie Martinez released the following statement to honor the 60 victims who lost their lives and the hundreds who were injured as a result of the deadly shooting at the Route 91 Music Festival on October 1, 2017.

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Millions of undocumented immigrants, who are vital to our economic recovery, still live in fear because of our outdated and inhumane immigration system. It’s time to put an end to this injustice. Tell your senators to pass a budget that includes a broad pathway to citizenship.

The labor movement is working nonstop to ensure workers devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic receive the protections and support needed during this challenging time. Get involved and make sure the needs of working people are heard.