Governor Newsom has proposed his 2020-2021 annual budget to the Legislature, building on last year’s major commitments in education. In his budget, Governor Newsom proposes making additional investments in overall education funding as well as in several major educational initiatives benefiting classified employees. “The annual budget is a statement of California values,” said Association President
You are invited to the CSEA Holiday/Fall Boutique tomorrow, November 7, from 10am to 4pm in the lower quad. See you here!
The LA Fed will be offering “Disaster Preparedness and Dealing with Active Shooters” training on Saturday, October 5th, from 9 am- 11 am. The training will be held at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, 2130 W. James M. Wood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA. 90006. (see attached flyer) Training timeline: PREPAREU (9am-10am) Disaster Preparedness Education
If you are a member going to school part time or full time, you can apply for the CSEA Member Career Grant in the amount of $1,000. The application and required supporting documentation must be submitted online by the end of the day on October 31. Members also have additional opportunities to apply for scholarship
A bun is in the oven and burgers on the grill come help us celebrate this summer thrill. Our Summer BBQ will be on Friday, July 12. Come join us between 11:30am -1:00pm @ the Rio Cafe. Lunch is $8 per person. Please RSVP here: https://forms.gle/58BxjSPwbxaqyejZA *Walk-ins will not be allowed*
On January 14, one of the most important labor actions of the decade will begin as more than 30,000 educators in LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) go on strike for smaller class sizes, more nurses and counselors, a fair wage, and accountability for charter schools. UTLA (United Teachers LA) and its members are committed to
From hire to retire, it’s never too early to plan for a secure and enjoyable retirement. From understanding your CalPERS pension to Medicare Health Plan counseling, CSEA can help. Learn more at: www.csea.com/retirement
Rio Hondo will be facing a revenue shortfall over the next few years due to a new funding formula for all community colleges based on performance and outcome. If we continue our current course, we will lose millions of dollars almost immediately. Even by current estimates by the administration, a likely funding loss for the first year under this new formula will exceed $4 million.
Stand with classified workers and VOTE on November 6th for Garcia, Lomeli and Logas!
2017-2020 Successor Agreement gains: New Employee Orientation MOU Salary increases of at least 7.77% (3.06%, 3.71%, and 1% + COLA depending on the COLA for 2019-20). The salary gains for the 2014-2017 Successor Agreement amounted to 3.87%. These percentage increases will also be added onto the Anniversary Increments in Article 6.5.7. Chapter 477 succeeded in