The new Student Centered Funding Formula has created some confusion and quite a bit of concern about the amount of funding Mt. SAC will receive under this new formula.
A new Gallup Poll taken in August 2019 shows that 64% of Americans approve of unions. This is the highest approval rating since 2003, when the approval rating was 65% and 1999 at 66%.
All CSEA 262 members must enroll during the open enrollment period. If you do not select a plan during open enrollment, the District will enroll you in the single-person plan, so spouses and dependents will not be covered.
Friday 23 August marks the end of the Summer break and the last work day prior to the start of the Fall 2019 Semester. Friday is faculty FLEX day, so most faculty will be back on campus attending their professional growth workshops as we did last Friday during CPD Day.
At the July and August Board meetings, the following classified professionals were hired or promoted. If you happen to see any of these colleagues during your day, extend a warm welcome, invite them to lunch, show them around, and make them feel welcome.
Preparations are beginning for the Successor Agreement Negotiations. According to CSEA Policy, the Negotiating Team must survey its members to ascertain what to negotiate.
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…