CURRENT UNION NEWS


How Unions Help Everyone

American Rights At Work have a new study about how unions not only help workers, but also their communities and workplaces in general. "Beyond the Weekend": check it out here

Pushing the Assault Bill

The Assault Bill, one of the Union’s top legislative priorities, still needs support in the Assembly in order to make it to the Governor’s desk. We are asking members to call and send letters to the State Assembly’s Chair of the Codes Committee, Joseph Lentol of Brooklyn. 

May 1: Take the Message to Albany

In the spirit of International Solidarity Day, DC 37 is sponsoring another Lobby Day in Albany May 1. 

Buses will leave from 140 Park Pl. entrance at 6:30 a.m. and return at 7 p.m. Please return the following information by April 20, by either faxing it to (212) 815-1553 or mail it to Political Action Department, DC 37, 125 Barclay St., Room 408, New York, NY 10007:

 

State Senator Savino Defends Unions

State Senator and former SSEU Local 371 VP Diane Savino spoke passionately recently about defending unions. Check out this video, which needs to go viral. Spread the word!

The Chief on Tier 6, Caseworker Roles

A recent article in The Chief-Leader covered both SSEU Local 371 and DC 37 on worries about reduced Caseworker roles and the Tier 6 pension proposal: 

"Reducing Caseworker Role, Tier 6 Plan Worry DC 37"

By: David Sims, March 2, 2012

Next Wave Meeting

The next Next Wave (youth caucus) meeting will be March 15 at 6:30 p.m. on the 12th floor of the Union's office. Members between the ages of 18 and 40 are welcome to come and share their ideas. This is a new and exciting direction for our Union and we look forward to seeing members join this group. 

 

 

More Overcrowding Coverage

The local media continues to notice the overcrowding at jobs and benefits centers where SSEU Local 371 members and other union workers serve a growing client population. 

Assault Bill Push in Assembly

The Assault Bill, one of the Union’s top legislative priorities, still needs support in the Assembly in order to make it to the Governor’s desk. We are asking members to call and send letters to the State Assembly’s Chair of the Codes Committee, Joseph Lentol of Brooklyn. 

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