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Holding the State Accountable Over Unilateral and Unfair Retirement Offers

by Matt O'Connor on October 17th

Leaders of the unions in the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) on Friday filed a State Prohibitive Practice (SPP) charge with the Connecticut Board of Labor Relations. At issue is the State’s offer to certain employees the ability to retire with 25 years of service regardless of age. The State made that offer without notice to or bargaining with SEBAC — and without making it available to the vast majority of the state’s workforce. Read more…

Union Leaders Take Action on Reports of State Managers’ Longevity Bonuses

October 3rd

Laid-Off Union Members Returning to Work, Notices Being Rescinded as Legislature Approves Agreements

August 31st

Union Leaders Update Members on Rescinding Layoff Notices and Restoring Services

August 21st

State Employees Ratify Revised Agreement To Save Jobs & Benefits

August 18th

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Action Alerts

March & Rally for Infants and Toddlers with Developmental Delays

September 6th

State employees have ratified an agreement to save $1.6 billion for taxpayers and avoid painful service cuts and program shutdowns. But the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) is refusing to re-open admissions to Early Connections for families in need of Birth to Three services.

Ratified Agreements Filed with the Legislature

August 25th

Now that union members have approved them, the revised SEBAC 2011 agreement and companion collective bargaining agreements have been filed with the General Assembly. Legislative leaders have announced they will allow them to be approved automatically on September 1.

Watch When the YES Vote Was Made Official

August 19th

Watch rank-and-file state employees share why they voted YES to take charge of their future for themselves and the public they serve.

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