Assistant Attorneys General (AAGs)

State Employee Professionals Say "Union YES"

A national poll released last fall found that a strong majority of America's professional and technical employees support a collective voice for negotiating their wages and working conditions. The survey found nearly two-thirds of respondents favored joining unions in order to win improved salaries and regular pay raises. The poll's scientific results have been backed up over the past year by an uptick in unionization among Connecticut state employees not previously represented.
 

Assistant Attorneys General Unite for a "Voice and a Seat at the Table"

Hartford - Assistant attorneys general (AAGs) by a nearly 2-to-1 margin have voted in favor of union representation in an election overseen by the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations (SBLR). The ballots cast by the bargaining unit of 179 legal professionals employed by the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) were counted yesterday following two weeks of voting by mail.
 

Attorneys Organize for a More Stable, Secure Future

The week before Labor Day, assistant attorneys general (AAGs) and public defenders (PDs) filed petitions for union representation with the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations (SBLR). Approximately 200 AAGs in the Office of the Attorney General have recently begun organizing with AFT Connecticut's assistance. At the same time, approximately 172 PDs with the Division of Public Defender Services have united with Council 4 AFSCME's help.
 
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