Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE)
Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE) is a labor union representing state agency and higher education employees in Washington.
A single collective bargaining agreement (CBA) covers employees in certain civil service positions. Members are organized into a single bargaining unit.
CWU has two WFSE bargaining units. Descriptions last updated by PERC Decision 13131 (January 2020)
- All full-time and regular part-time nonsupervisory custodial, trades, food services, grounds, plant maintenance, and security employees, excluding supervisors, uniformed personnel, and all other employees.
- All nonsupervisory uniformed personnel employed by Central Washington University, excluding confidential employees, internal auditors, supervisors, and employees included in any other bargaining unit.
2021-2023 CWU/WFSE General Agreement
- CWU/WFSE General Agreement TA (PDF)
WFSE General Representatives (PDF) (12-2017)
2019-2021 CWU/WFSE Agreement
- CWU/WFSE Agreement - 2019-2021 (PDF) TA with MOU incorporated
- Memorandum of Understanding CWU/WFSE Agreement - May 2019 (PDF) (Article 4, Family and Medical Leave - Washington Family Leave Act and Washington Family and Medical Leave Program)
- Memorandum of Understanding CWU/WFSE Agreement - June 2020 (PDF) (Temporary Reduction of FTE Status and COVID-19 Related Furloughs)
- CWU/WFSE Agreement - 2019-2021 (PDF) in track changes
- Summary of CWU/WFSE Agreement (2019-2021)
2017-2019 CWU/WFSE Agreement
- CWU/WFSE Agreement (PDF) (2017-2019)
- Memorandum of Understanding - December 2017 (PDF) (Language on Union Dues/Fees)
- Memorandum of Understanding - February 2018 (PDF) (Language on Vacation usage and accrual, correct where Holidays are listed in the contract)
- Memorandum of Understanding - July 2018 (PDF) (Language change post Janus Decision - Security Elimination/Dues Revocation)
- Memorandum of Understanding Police Wages for 2018-2019 (PDF)
2015-2017 CWU/WFSE Agreement
- CWU/WFSE Agreement (PDF) (2015 - 2017)
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