CURRENT UNION NEWS


In Narrow Ruling, Court Leaves Public Sector Workers Rights Alone

The Supreme Court ruled June 30 that home health care workers jointly employed by a private company and government agency are not required to pay agency shop fees to their union, however, the ruling did not affect the ability of government unions like SSEU Loc

BCW Chapter Meeting

There will be a BCW Chapter Meeting on Monday, June 30, 2014 at 817 Broadway, 12th floor,  at 6:30pm.

Caribbean Heritage, This Friday!

The Caribbean Heritage Celebration will take place Friday June 27 at DC 37 headquarters, 125 Barclay Street, Manhattan. Food will be served from starting at 5:00 p.m and the keynote speaker is Dr. Selwyn Cudjoe. The even is open to all Union members and their families, and is free of charge. We're looking forward to seeing you!

New Positions for Excess Workers

The Union has announced that HRA Commissioner Steve Banks acknowledged that there was an excess of 62 Supervisor I positions in the MICSA-Home Care division due to the state Medicaid redesign. Commissioner Banks stated that he was committed to no lay offs and proposed 62 newly created positions for the excess Supervisor I’s in the FIA centers.

JOS/CPS Lawsuit Going Forward

The Union has filed a lawsuit against the City pertaining to overtime issues with members in JOS and CPS titles. If you want to be a part of this lawsuit, please see the attached form.

BARGAINING BEGINS!

We're moving forward with bargaining once again: District Council 37, which leads all its locals including SSEU Local 371 in bargaining with the City, has announced that official bargaining begins Wednesday.

Political Action Committee Guests

The Political Action Committee this month is hosting some special guests:

Kevin Parker, candidate for Senate District 21; Charles Barron, candidate for Assembly District 60; Latoya Joyner, candidate for Assembly District 77; Marsha D. Michael, candidate for Assembly District 79, and Robert Jackson, candidate for Senate district 31.

Budget News: Victory for NYCHA Workers and Residents

Today Mayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council Speaker announced a deal to pass $75 billion budget with a lot to be happy about. In particular for SSEU Local 371, we've secured enough funding to keep all our members in NYCHA working where they are.

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