Rally at the Legislative Office Building on March 24th to fight back against these Anti-Worker Bills that will be heard in the Appropriations Committee.

CEUI Members: This is serious business! Over 100 Anti-Worker Bills that have been filed to take away rights to collectively bargain and take away benefits. For Members who would like to attend this Anti-Worker Rally please click on this link to view the flyer.

Please read the subject titles below.

  1. PREVENTING OVERTIME PAYMENTS FROM BEING USED TO CALCULATE THE RETIREMENT INCOME OF STATE EMPLOYEES.
  2. REQUIRING THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO VOTE ON ALL STATE EMPLOYEE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS AND STIPULATIONS.
  3. EXCLUDING RETIREMENT BENEFITS FROM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING BY STATE AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES.

We do have an arrangement with one of our SEUI sister locals, CSEA, to park at their parking lot at 760 Capitol Avenue and they will have shuttles running back and forth to the Legislative Office Building.

Also, these are links to locate additional parking. They are public and private lots in Hartford.

https://www.lazparking.com/local/hartford-ct/

https://hartfordparking.com/map/map2009.htm

http://www.propark.com/locations/

We will be inside the Legislative Office Building and will be in room 1A to greet any members who are interested in making contact with their Legislators.

Please email or call me with any questions or concerns that you may have. Thank you.

In Solidarity,


Shane Henry
CEUI Political Director
860.343.8736
shenry@ceui.org


The membership meetings at UCONN and NORWICH / YANTIC FIREHOUSE on Tuesday, March 14th were cancelled.

These very important meetings will be rescheduled as soon as possible. We will update the membership when we have more information.

If you have any questions, please contact the Union office at 860-343-8700.

In solidarity,

Ron McLellan
President


Statement from the President regarding SEBAC

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

This agreement is on the structure of how the State funds our pension system.

It in no way impacts benefits or member contributions.  It does prevent a sharp spike in pension contributions that would have been  required by the State in future years.

This stabilization plan is good news for retirees past, present, and future.

In solidarity,

Ron McLellan
President

Click on the following links to view the documents.

Memorandum of Understanding

SEBAC – SERS Funding Agreement Statement

 

 

 

 

 

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