Welcome to the NFFE
Toolbox, your one-stop resource for all of the
tools and information you need to represent,
educate, and grow your Local. Here you can find
links to our Stewards' Toolkit, Officers'
Toolkit, Communicator's Toolkit, Organizers'
Toolkit, Legislative Action Center, and
Disability Resource Center, all under one roof.
Each toolkit contains a wealth of useful
material that you can use to bring your Local
to new heights. So what are you waiting for?
Take a look.
||Welcome to the NFFE
Rep. Center, your one-stop shop for samples,
trainings, and insights about
your representational duties as a NFFE
leader. Here you will find a wealth of
resources to make you a better rep. This is
especially useful for new reps who are just
starting to learn the representational
ropes. Check it out!
||Here you will find
a wealth of educational and representational
resources that should assist you in your duties
as a NFFE Steward. This page includes
materials on organizing, representational
duties, representational forms, business
representative contact information, and
page helps NFFE officers carry out their
work faster and easier than ever before. It
allows you to browse Local contracts, access
representational documents, register for
courses at the Winpisinger Center, order
organizing materials for your Locals, learn
about your benefits as a member, and
||This toolkit is
your one-stop destination for the resources and
information you need to become an effective
Local Communicator. Here you can find tips on
how to talk about federal
worker issues, start a local newsletter,
have your opinions published in the media,
recruit members, and much more.
||This toolkit gives you the
resources necessary to make a difference on
Capitol Hill. Here you can find template
letters, position papers, and talking points on
important federal workforce issues. There is
also contact information and voting
records posted for every member of
Toolkit is still under construction, but it
already contains a number of useful resources
on recruiting new members, planning organizing
drives, and learning about NFFE's 2012
Organizing & Recruiting Strategic Plan.
More trainings and resources will be posted as
they are developed, so be sure the check in
||Unions have a long
tradition of community service. Well before we
won a seat at the negotiation table, unions
made it a priority to care for their sick,
provide for the families of injured workers,
and establish vibrant communities. The Service
Toolkit shows you how to start a local service
project of your own.
resources page helps NFFE representatives
navigate issues surrounding the rights of
disabled person in the federal workforce. Here
you can find resources related to, reasonable
accommodations, hiring, and a number of other
important disability employment