CSEA Leaders: new Facebook guidelines available




CSEA leaders looking to establish or freshen-up your online presence on Facebook have a newly-updated resource at your disposal.

Our CSEA Facebook Guidelines has been completely updated by Communications Specialist Mark Kotzin to make it even easier to get your Facebook page up and running.

Download a PDF of our new Facebook Guidelines.



    Building our Power by facing our challenges


    It’s a challenging time for CSEA members: organized wealth is attacking organized workers, trying to take away our freedom to come together and exercise our collective power! They are trying to get rid of unions and hurt working families by making union membership completely voluntary.

    CSEA staff are available to speak to groups of union members about the challenge of voluntary unionism and what it will mean to working families, and how we fight back.

    To schedule a union staff professional to speak at your membership meeting or at a union-sponsored lunch & learn program, please speak to your CSEA Labor Relations Specialist or call our Region Office at (800) 559-7975 and ask to speak to Legislative & Political Coordinator Josh Schick or Communications Specialist Mark Kotzin. Let’s keep our power!



    Leadership Education Materials

    Here are some online guidebooks we’ve prepared to assist our leadership:
    (click on image to view or download materials)


    How-to set up your own CSEA worksite Information Day


    Tips for establishing your union’s online presence


    Articles you can copy and paste to use for your CSEA newsletter, website or blog


    Photo of the Month


    Photo copyright ©2016 by CSEA Communications Specialist Mark Kotzin
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    CSEA Local 615 member Toriano Newson, a cleaner at SUNY Upstate University Hospital’s Community Campus, has pledged to NEVER QUIT his union! Thanks Toriano! We appreciate your support!