After more than a year of negotiations, Chapter 262 and the District reached a tentative agreement on health benefits, which you all ratified and the Board of Trustees approved.
This past semester has been one of the busiest in recent memory, and most of us are probably not even aware of all that has happened. Just reading some of what these were can be exhausting.
Here is some news from the State Legislature that mixes both babies and politics but may have a huge impact and benefit to classified professionals who are planning or about to have a child.
Voting has concluded and the results are in. A total of 241 votes were cast, 51% of our membership. Our goal was to have at least 50% participation, so we are thrilled to have met that goal. And the results are…
With all the summertime activity, though, it is often easy to overestimate the dangers of the summer heat. It is important, then, to remember some summertime safety strategies.
What is a member and am I one? You are a member if you signed the CSEA membership application and are paying local Chapter dues and monthly dues to CSEA.
Starting July 1, Mt. SAC will be utilizing the Workforce Time and Attendance system for time sheets and leave requests. As with many new things, there will be a period of adjustment as we all learn how to use Workforce.
A new bill in the California Legislature would allow community college police officers a leave of absence in lieu of disability or maintenance allowance payments otherwise payable under workers’ compensation.
The next Chapter meeting on June 15 can potentially bring big changes the Chapter Constitution and By Laws, permitting for the first time online voting for Chapter Officers, delegates, and contract ratifications.
EASE provides pre-treatment assessment and counseling services. While virtually all medical health plans offered by the current CalPERS providers offer psychological counseling, such formal clinical treatment is not always needed or even wanted.