News of the Day
CSEA 106th Annual Delegates Meeting ends; building energy, urgency and action for our future begins
Our delegates’ excitement stayed strong as the 106th Annual Delegates Meeting concluded today.
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Statement by CSEA President Danny Donohue on PEF’s tentative contract agreement with New York state:
“Congratulations to our brothers and sisters at PEF on their tentative agreement with New York state. CSEA will continue to work with the governor’s administration to reach a contract agreement that best serves CSEA’s members.”
CSEA blitzes in Clinton County
CSEA members, including Clinton County Employees Local President Joe Musso and local members, CSEA Capital Region activists and Capital Region President Ron Briggs, held a very successful blitz in Clinton County this week, speaking with our brothers and sisters there about what it means to be a part of our union and pledging to Never Quit!
Learn more about Never Quit
October Work Force: Our future, our vote
The October Work Force takes an in-depth look at how the heroin epidemic is affecting child protective services caseloads and why it is urgent to enact state legislation limiting such caseloads; the importance of getting out to vote on Nov. 8 and a look at several candidates who stand with us; a profile of Carmela “Millie” Lucas, who was recently honored with our union’s Donald Webster Memorial Mission Achievement Award and more.
Read the October Work Force
Urge the governor to make child protective safety a priority!
CSEA has launched a statewide campaign to help address growing concerns about child abuse statewide. The union is calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign the Child Protective Services Safety Act, which was approved with strong support in both the state Assembly and Senate last spring. CSEA’s TV ads are airing in every market in the state along with other activities designed to draw attention to the need for the bill to become law.
Watch the ad
Read President Danny Donohue’s message: At-risk children need our attention
Read This Week in Albany
The latest edition of This Week in Albany is available to read online by clicking the link below.
Information about the Zika virus
Click on the link below for important information and resources, including a fact sheet from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, about how your employer should protect you from the potential threat of the Zika virus, particularly if you work outdoors.
Information and resources
CDC Outdoor Worker fact sheet
Earn your college degree for FREE with AFSCME!
Want your college degree? With AFSCME’s new Free College Benefit, you can make that happen at NO cost! AFSCME has partnered with Eastern Gateway Community College to earn an online degree from an accredited school! To learn more about this exciting benefit, visit freecollege.afscme.org or call 1-888-305-5534.
Lucas presented with Donald Webster Award
Suffolk Retirees Local President Carmela “Millie” Lucas received our union’s Donald Webster Memorial Mission Achievement Award, which honors CSEA Retiree activists. CSEA President Danny Donohue presented the award at the recent Retiree Delegates Meeting. A longtime activist in CSEA, Lucas has been particularly active with our PEOPLE Program.
CSEA in negotiations with New York State on new contract for 66,000 Executive Branch employees
CSEA is in negotiations with the Cuomo administration on a new contract for 66,000 New York State Executive Branch employees. The current agreement expires March 31. Read full story
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