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8/12/2019 Weekly Communications Update

 

Bargaining

Don’t take down those “Fair Contract Now” signs yet! 

Now that we have an agreement with the college, the bargaining team will move forward on negotiations for: 

  • Potential insurance increases if PacificSource extension is necessary. 
    • We are awaiting an update from HR about whether OEBB will accept late enrollment for the Classified unit.  If OEBB will not, we will likely need to extend PacificSource for 30 days and begin OEBB on November 1, 2019. We have left this item on the table for bargaining the impact of who will pay insurance premium increases.   
  • Senate Bill 1049
    • See “Pers Lawsuit Filed” below for an update about the actions being taken by Unions and public employees to fight this bill.
  • House Bill 2016
  • Article VII – Dues and Fair Share Deductions
  • Monetary compensation for Classification and Compensation Study

 

 

 

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Additional Memorandums of Agreement 

As part of the bargaining process, some revisions were required to clarify language related to our Plus 1 agreement that allows internal candidacy for non-contracted classified staff. Read the signed MOA language here: 

Below is the MOA for displaced non-contracted Titan Store and Food Services employees: 

 

Outsourcing and ORS 279b

With the help of AFT-Or legal LCCEF Leadership continued to press the college for a cost analysis of outsourcing the Titan Bookstore and Food Services.  The college had previously delivered predictions to us without included anything about wages and benefits for the employees of contracted vendors. AFT-Or legal wrote to the colleges legal team and when the contract was created between Follet it included a paragraph that made the demand for the cost analysis according to ORS 279b null.  In other words they wrote the contract to specifically protect the college from the need to justify a vendor paying less in wages or benefits to their employees to provide the same services the college used to internally.

Excerpt of findings from AFT-OR lawyer:

As you probably noticed, they did the final touches AFTER I sent them the information request. They were clearly working on changes to this agreement after we put the pressure on. Please take a close look at paragraph 21, which is on page 16 of the contract. In that provision, the parties have expressly agreed that the College shall not pay more than $250K to Follett during the term of the agreement. In other words: to make this bullet proof, they actually inserted a provision that avoids compliance with the cost analysis provisions! 

So, nothing to be done here. Unfortunately, that language is going to be a strong defense to their need to comply with the cost analysis requirements.

Again, rather than do the work to actually make sure the college complies with the law, it was easier to just sidestep the issue by getting Follet to agree to a guaranteed maximum payout beneath the threshold.  Makes sense. Why do the work when you can skip it and get what you want???? These children are running our college!

 

Ems Baseball Night with LCCEF – Thursday 8/22

We are putting together a Eugene Ems night with LCCEF!  $10 gets you a ticket to the game, a hotdog, a bag of chips and a drink.  Game is Thursday, Aug. 22 and first pitch is at 7:05pm. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to spend a Thursday evening before your Friday off!  

Tickets will be pre-purchased.  If you are interested, email communications@lccef.org or stop by LCC02/109.  We will need payment for tickets no later than next Monday, Aug. 19.

 

OEBB & PEBB Double Coverage

Senate Bill 1067. This law that was passed in 2017 would have affected your benefits starting October 1. Many of you expressed your concerns about the changes, and your voices were heard!

Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 2266 on June 25. This bill reversed the parts of SB 1067 affecting OEBB and PEBB double coverage and opt-out incentives before they took effect. This means:

  • Your family can continue to be double covered on more than one OEBB or PEBB plan.
  • You can also continue to receive a monthly incentive by opting out of your medical coverage.
  • You must be covered on another group plan
  • Your employer must offer this incentive.

So, it’s “business as usual” for the 2019-20 plan year – double coverage and opt-out incentives will still be allowed. HB 2266 will require a surcharge in 2020-21 for those double-covered in OEBB or PEBB medical plans. The OEBB Board will determine the surcharge amount to OEBB members. It will not take effect until October 1, 2020. We will keep you informed as more details become available.

 

PERS Lawsuit Filed

A diverse group of nine Oregon public employees filed suit against SB 1049 in the Oregon Supreme Court today. The lawsuit shows the broad impact of retirement cuts imposed by the Oregon state legislature this year.

Full story here: https://lccef.org/2019/08/public-workers-file-suit-to-protect-pers-retirement-benefits/ 

Senate Bill 1049 Info Page on Oregon.gov:
Senate Bill 1049 (2019) – Information and Implementation page on oregon.gov

 

Insurance Committee

2019-20 Insurance Information and Links
This page will be updated as we find more information to educate us on our new insurance and resources.  Please check here first if you have questions about coverage, rates or if a specific doctor is available to you.

The Joint Insurance Committee is composed of 10 classified members and 7 managers.  

 

Constitution Committee

The Constitution Committee continues its work proposing clarifications and revisions to the chapter’s constitution. Last week, the Executive Council approved nine proposed changes to the Constitution and all recommended changes will go before a vote of the full membership. The committee is considering at least 10 more potential changes. Stay tuned for updates on when the proposed constitutional changes will be on the ballot for full membership consideration. Please note that any and all changes to the constitution will go to the full membership for approval. 

The committee’s meetings are open to all members. The next meeting is from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13 in Building 2, Room 214. 

Here are the nine proposed changes that were approved by the EC and will be included in an upcoming ballot for full membership consideration: 

    • Proposal 1: Removes fair share language
    • Proposal 2: Changes use of “policy manual” language since we could not find one. Plan is to develop an administrative manual. 
    • Proposal 3: Provides clarifying language to objectives of the union section.
    • Proposal 4: Provides clarifying language to rules of order section. 
    • Proposal 5: Provides clarifying language and process to strike authorizations section. 
    • Proposal 6: Removes duplicate language related to officer terms.
    • Proposal 7: Changes officer titles, ex: “chair” to “officer”.
    • Proposal 8: Clarifies officer removal process.
    • Proposal 9: Assigns membership application and withdrawal duties to membership officer/chair, rather than treasurer.

On Thursday, the EC will consider next steps and when to move the proposals to a ballot. 

 

Classified Staff Spotlight

Special thanks to the Specialized Support Services staff for throwing a tasty and fun barbecue last week! Your work around campus is appreciated! Thanks for building community and treating us to some great food and company! 

Have a classified staff member you would like to recognize?  Send it to communications@lccef.org.

 

Union Benefits – Discounts on almost everything

Money-Saving Fun for the Whole Family

From discounted tickets on theme parks to sporting events, Union Plus offers a wide range of activities for the whole family.

Info: https://www.unionplus.org/benefits/travel-fun 

 

 

Upcoming and Current Work.

Many hands make light work!  We could REALLY use your help! To participate in any of these opportunities, or to find out more, click here.

  • Bargaining – continued negotiations 
  • Research into e-Voting for union business
  • The Constitution and ByLaws rewrite
  • LCCEF Contract Committee (educate members and managers)
  • Member Organizer Institute 
  • Officers in Training
  • Worksite Leaders
  • Grievance Committee

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Public workers file suit to protect PERS retirement benefits

SB 1049 is a breach of contract, an illegal taking, and violates the Constitution.

A diverse group of nine Oregon public employees filed suit against SB 1049 in the Oregon Supreme Court today. The lawsuit shows the broad impact of retirement cuts imposed by the Oregon state legislature this year. 

 In the filing, a Molalla school secretary joins a Salem firefighter, nurses from OHSU and Multnomah County, a Lebanon state employee, a Gresham community college employee, a child welfare worker and a water mechanic in Portland, and a Multnomah County District Attorney. The plaintiffs shared with the Court how much SB 1049 would reduce their retirement security if it were allowed to go into effect. Their total PERS individual account program losses are between 5 and 14% each.

SB 1049 targeted working people by taking money out of personal accounts to pay employer’s pension obligations to retirees. In James v. the State of Oregon, et al, plaintiffs assert that the loss of retirement benefits violates the Constitution, is a breach of contract, and is an illegal taking without compensation.

 Jennifer James, the lead plaintiff in the case, has been a secretary at Molalla River School District for 19 years and is a member of the Oregon School Employees Association. After nearly two decades of service, she earns less than $40,000 a year in salary. She is counting on every penny of her PERS for retirement security. SB 1049 reduces her individual retirement account by more than 13%.

 “I love my school district and have been faithfully doing my job for nearly 20 years with the promise of a secure retirement. Now that promise has been broken. SB 1049 is unjust, unconstitutional, and should be overturned by the court. The idea of a poverty-level retirement benefit is terrifying to me,” says James.

 Plaintiff Regina Thompson of Lebanon will suffer the largest percent reduction among the plaintiffs. She works on highway improvement projects for the state and is a member of the Association of Engineering Employees of Oregon. With just four years left until she is eligible for retirement, SB 1049 takes more than 14% of her PERS individual account program.

 “I left a higher paying job in the private sector for the promise of a secure retirement,” says Thompson. “I keep my promises to the public of Oregon to work hard and provide them with the services they deserve. In turn, I expect the state to keep its promises made through the PERS retirement program.” 

 All PERS members are facing a less certain future under SB 1049, and many do not have the time or income to replace the lost dollars. 

 SB 1049 targets working people by taking money out of their account to pay employer’s pension obligation to retirees. In James v. the State of Oregon, et al, plaintiffs assert that the loss of retirement benefits violates the Constitution, is a breach of contract, and are an illegal taking without compensation.

 “The plaintiffs and all PERS members accepted a job in good faith for a salary and benefits package, did the work they promised to do, and planned their futures based on the package they agreed to accept. Their service for public employers creates certain contract rights to retirement benefits. As the Oregon Supreme Court has ruled in the past, the State cannot breach the terms of those contractual promises,” says Aruna Masih, lead attorney on the case for Bennett Hartman, Attorneys at Law LLP, the same firm that won billions in restored benefits by challenging similar cuts before the Oregon Supreme Court in the 2005 Strunk ruling and the 2015 Moro ruling. 

 This is the second lawsuit for plaintiff Brandon Silence, a Salem firefighter and member of the Oregon State Firefighters Council. He regained some retirement benefits that had been taken from him after he served as a plaintiff in the 2015 Moro v. the State of Oregon, et al case that was filed after state lawmakers cut PERS benefits the last time. If SB 1049 remains in effect, he will lose $26,000 in retirement benefits. 

“It is deeply disappointing to be in this position again. Lawmakers keep coming back for more cuts to benefits from public workers like me who are not the cause of the unfunded liability problem, and I have to again ask the Supreme Court to help protect my contract rights,” says Silence.

The full lawsuit is here

In Solidarity, 

 
Jaime Rodriguez –
President
AFT-Oregon
10228 SW Capitol Highway
Portland, OR 97219
jaimer@aft-oregon.org
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Member Organizer Institute Program

The AFT-Oregon Member Organizer Institute is seeking member organizers—AFT members who want to develop their organizing skills to build their union through outreach to other employees about their issues, rights in the workplace and how we can improve our lives and communities together as union members. 

Through this program, member organizers will be participating in a intensive paid training program that includes a two-day organizing training with other institute member organizers, real-world field experience under guidance from AFT, AFT Oregon and local organizing staff and officers and regular debriefs and assessments of skills and outcomes. 

The goal of the institute is to train union members to build power, grow our membership levels, engage current members in our union and ensure the long-term sustainability of AFT locals by having members trained to continue their organizing work and help develop other members after participating in the institute. The program seeks to foster a culture of organizing, member engagement and accountability among member organizers, staff and local leadership. 

Participation in the institute is for a ten to eleven week period. If accepted and hired to participate in the institute, member organizers will be expected to work ten hours a week for the duration of the program. 

As the AFT seeks to build and expand our capacity and develop new leaders, we want to recruit members who haven’t been engaged or held leadership positions in their union to do this work or previously participated in the member organizer program.

Entry into the Member Organizer Institute is competitive and positions are considered across all participating AFT Oregon locals, only those who meet the requirements, submit an application and complete the interview process will be considered. 

Member Organizer Responsibilities & Requirements 

Duties 

Member organizer duties include:

  • Conducting in person one-on-one conversations and small-group meetings to talk with colleagues and other workers about their issues and rights in the workplace
  • Identify, recruit and mentor leaders.
  • Activate and engage members.
  • Recruit new members.
  • Making assessments, identifying social networks and leaders, and moving workers to action.
  • Participating in debrief meetings, trainings and team activities.
  • Maintaining and coordinating database information on employees for organizing purposes.
  • Weekly reporting of outcomes. 
  • Help develop a personalized organizing plan based on targeting and training and coordinate your member organizing work with the goals of your local union.

 

Requirements 

Participants must:

  • Be current members of their local union. Non-members will be considered only after they become members.
  • Spend up to 10 hours a week performing activities related to the program and commit to the full term of the program.
  • Participate in trainings, debriefs and team activities.
  • Be willing to challenge themselves and others.
  • Have a valid driver’s license, have an insured vehicle and be willing to drive routes as required.  This requirement may be waived depending on the nature of the organizing tasks in your local; if this is a hindrance for you please inquire if a waiver may be possible. 
  • Be willing to engage with colleagues and other workers via house visits, canvassing, phone conversations and worksite visits.
  • Participants may be required to work some evenings, weekends, school recesses and holidays.
  • Have a basic knowledge of data entry.
  • Not have previously participated in an AFT member organizer program. The purpose of the program is to recruit and train new members and activists to expand our capacity in locals. 

Compensation

Member organizers will be paid $15/hour, for a maximum of 10 hours a week ($150/week), during the program period from September 30, 2019 through December 6, 2019.

How to apply

If you are interested in applying for this program, please fill out an application below and send it to: Jessica Foster, jfoster@aft.org. Applications will be accepted through August 30, 2019.

Member Organizer Institute Program Description and Application

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OEBB – Weight Watchers FAQs

Taken from: https://www.modahealth.com/oebb/members/faq_weight_watchers.shtml

What is the Weight Watchers® benefit?

OEBB members are eligible for up to four 13-week Weight Watchers sessions per calendar year paid at 100 percent (no cost to the members).

Who is eligible?

OEBB members (including retirees) are eligible for this benefit
No-cost participation applies only to OEBB-members enrolled in an OEBB-sponsored medical plan through Moda Health, (or Kaiser). If you waive or opt out of medical coverage, you are not eligible for the no-cost participation. Call Weight Watchers at 866-531-8170 for rates and program information for your dependents or household members.

When can I access this benefit?

The benefit became effective October 1, 2010.

Are there participation requirements?

Yes. To be eligible for subsequent sessions you must attend 10 of 13 classes in a 13-week session. If you do not meet this participation requirement, you must pay 100 percent of the cost for the next session. If you complete that session and meet the 10 of 13 class requirement, you can then sign up for the following session at the 100 percent covered rate.

What does the benefit include?

Call Weight Watchers for full program details: 866-531-8170

Weight Watchers® Local Meetings
You can attend traditional Weight Watchers® meetings in your community at the time and location that is most convenient for you. Under this option you will receive vouchers for a 13-week session. Your vouchers will be mailed directly to your home.

Weight Watchers At Work® meetings
At Work meetings bring the Weight Watchers experience right to your workplace where a trained leader facilitates weekly meetings. You may attend a 13-week At Work series.

Weight Watchers® Online Subscription
You can participate in Weight Watchers online with interactive tools and resources. It is available in two versions, each specifically designed for men or women. This option includes a three month online subscription.

I am already a Weight Watchers participant, but I would like to access the free benefit. How do I make the transition?

Once you have completed the program for which you are currently enrolled, you may begin your first OEBB-sponsored session by calling Weight Watchers at 866-531-8170.

I am an OEBB retiree. Am I eligible?

Yes. If you live in Oregon you have access to Online or Local Meeting sessions. If you are temporarily living outside of the state of Oregon you have access to the services available in your area. Call Weight Watchers at 866-531-8170 for full details.

How do I enroll?

For full program details contact Weight Watchers at 866-531-8170

For your first series of At Work meetings or Local Meeting vouchers:

  1. Call the toll-free Weight Watchers number: 866-531-8170
  2. Provide Weight Watchers the unique member ID that can be found on your Moda Health insurance card.
  3. Choose the type of service desired.
  4. A Weight Watchers representative will process your order. You will receive your welcome packet that includes either an At Work pass or your 13 weeks of vouchers. Your pocket guide and member materials will be given to you in the meeting room.

For Weight Watchers Online subscription:

  1. Call the toll-free number and place your order. The Weight Watchers representative will provide you with a “promotion code” which will grant you access to the system.
  2. Visit the Weight Watchers Online sign-up page at https://signup.weightwatchers.com/SignupVersions/Online/StepOne.aspx
  3. Go to Enter promotion code and enter your special promotion code (received when you call the number above) and click “Apply code” to get the special subscription price for OEBB (either no-cost for employees/retirees or the special rate for dependents/household members).
  4. Select the three month subscription length.
  5. Follow remaining sign-up instructions for setting up your account.

How to renew/enroll in your second, third or fourth Weight Watchers Series?

For At Work meetings and Local Meeting vouchers:

  1. Show your Weight Watchers meeting Leader or Receptionist your pocket guide to demonstrate attendance and that you have met the participation requirement (10 out of 13 meetings) for renewal.
  2. The Weight Watchers Leader will ask you to show your Moda Health insurance card to confirm your identity.
  3. The Leader or Receptionist will verify attendance and give you a special OEBB, single use renewal certificate that is coded by Weight Watchers with a unique access code valid for one renewal only.
  4. Call Weight Watchers at 866-531-8170. A Weight Watchers customer service representative will verify the access code as well as ask for your legal first and last name and insurance id number to authenticate coverage. The appropriate pass or set of vouchers will then be mailed to you

For Weight Watchers Online subscription:  
Download and either email to: OEBBWeightWatchersRenewal@callTSC.com or fax   (888-598-7704) a copy of your “Weight Tracker” summary showing at least 10 weeks of participation before you cancel. You will then receive a new access code to sign up for renewal.

I have missed an At Work meeting. Can I make it up?

Yes. You can make up At Work meetings by attending Local Meeting classes. Simply bring your At Work pass to a local meeting for attendance. If you have additional questions you can call Weight Watchers for full details: 866-531-8170.

Weight Watchers does not have my insurance information.

Please check your effective date allow time for new eligibility to be loaded into the Weight Watchers system. . You must provide your first and last name, member ID and two-digit member suffix in order for Weight Watchers to verify your eligibility.

How do I submit a claim for Weight Watchers Services?

Claims/billing is handled between Moda Health and Weight Watchers. You will not need to submit any paperwork to Moda Health regarding claims reimbursement. If you’re eligible for the no-cost benefit, be sure to follow the process outlined above. Moda Health will not reimburse members directly if they erroneously pay for the program.

Moda Health will send you an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) for your records once you have enrolled in a series.

How long will it take before I receive my Weight Watchers welcome packet?

Typical wait time for welcome packet delivery is five to seven business days. If you have not received your packet after 10 days, call 866-531-8170 for reorder

Additional Questions about Weight Watchers programs and products

For more information contact Weight Watchers at 866-531-8170.

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Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) 7/24/2019

Please see the MOA referenced in the GMM earlier today.  Be on the lookout for a vote in the very near future. 

The Bargaining Negotiating Team believe that this is the best deal we will be able to get for this cycle. If this vote passes, LCCEF will be able to bargain economics without the looming threat of insurance premium increases during the bargaining cycle. This will allow LCCEF to focus solely on wages and working conditions and get the classified staff what we deserve!

** Please note that bargaining scheduled for tomorrow (7/25/2019) has been cancelled. **

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7/22/2019 Weekly Communications Update

 

Bargaining – Economic Reopener

Our latest Bargaining Update is after the meeting on July 16 & 17, 2019.  Please send questions, or support, to the bargaining team.   

This week Bargaining sessions are scheduled for Monday, July 22, from 2:00-3:30 and Thursday, July 25, 10:00-11:30. Both will be in CEN 303.  Check these weekly messages, or the calendar at lccef.org, for future dates.

Classified members are welcome and encouraged to attend the sessions. We recognize the hardship for some employees who are unable to take personal time to join; consider taking an early lunch and eat with us. Even showing up during your 15 minute break is a demonstration of solidarity and will make an impact.  Please be sure to coordinate with your manager. Sitting in on bargaining can not be done on paid time, so you will need to use a lunch hour, break or personal/vacation time and be sure that attending does not negatively impact your daily work.

Thank you to those members showing support by displaying posters, wearing red on Bargaining Days, sitting in on Bargaining Sessions, attending General Membership Meetings, and Board Meetings. We can’t do this without YOU!

Details about bargaining meetings will be posted each Monday and referenced in the weekly communications update (just like this).  All posts will be available through the Bargaining Committee page on the website.

 

Bargaining Survey

If you are a full, dues-paying member, please take a few minutes to fill out the survey so we know what to bargain for. It’s not too late to fill it out.  We are still in active bargaining so if you want your preferences to be taken into consideration, please fill out the survey.

Survey Forms:

 

Take A Selfie to Show Your Support for a Fair Contract!

We are asking members to show your support by uploading a selfie of you wearing your red union shirt and holding a fair contract sign. All the photos that we receive will be entered in a drawing and winners will get some Lane swag. Send photos to: LCCEF@lanecc.edu

 

Do You Want to Vote on the Next Contract Ratification?

If you would like your voice to count in the next contract ratification vote please turn in a membership form to any Union Officer before TODAY! It may already be too late but we will try to make it happen. We hope to have another TA ready to vote on early in August 2019.  Please be aware signing the membership form commits you to a minimum of one year. If you have questions about joining the Union talk to any of your Union Officers or send us an email at lccef@lancc.edu

 

OEBB & PEBB Double Coverage

Senate Bill 1067 (SB 1067). This law that was passed in 2017 would have affected your benefits starting October 1. Many of you expressed your concerns about the changes, and your voices were heard!

Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed House Bill 2266 (HB 2266) on June 25. This bill reversed the parts of SB 1067 affecting OEBB and PEBB double coverage and opt-out incentives before they took effect. This means:

  • Your family can continue to be double covered on more than one OEBB or PEBB plan.
  • You can also continue to receive a monthly incentive by opting out of your medical coverage.
  • You must be covered on another group plan
  • Your employer must offer this incentive.

So, it’s “business as usual” for the 2019-20 plan year – double coverage and opt-out incentives will still be allowed. HB 2266 will require a surcharge in 2020-21 for those double-covered in OEBB or PEBB medical plans. The OEBB Board will determine the surcharge amount to OEBB members. It will not take effect until October 1, 2020. We will keep you informed as more details become available.

 

Insurance Committee

In the event that the membership vote for OEBB the insurance committee chose the OEBB plans.  

2019-20 Insurance Information and Links
This page will be updated as we find more information to educate us on our new insurance and resources.  Please check here first if you have questions about coverage, rates or if a specific doctor is available to you.

The Joint Insurance Committee is composed of 10 classified members and 7 managers.  

*** Note there is no decision to go to OEBB.  The membership will vote on insurance.***

 

Do Your Part for Bargaining

The bargaining team needs your help!

If you haven’t already, signed the “I Deserve a Raise!” pledge card it is highly recommended!  Just talk to your favorite officer if you need to get your hands on a pledge card.

Office Signs

If you have an office with a highly visible window and you would like a “Fair Contract NOW” sign, contact communications@lccef.org and we’ll get you one.  If you aren’t up to a big sign, get a smaller version here.  It will look great on your office door, or in your cubicle.  

Wear red on bargaining days  

The bargaining team needs administration to see that the Classified union stands together.  Looking out the window on the 3rd floor of the Center Building during bargaining and seeing red shirts helps more than you know!

 

Union Benefits – Discounts on almost everything

Free College

Union Plus Free College, brought to you in partnership with AFSCME, offers union members and their families the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree for FREE, completely online.

Students can choose programs that include Business Management, Teacher Education, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security, Information Systems and more!

Classes are offered through Eastern Gateway Community College, an accredited, public and non-profit college. Don’t let your members miss out!

New classes begin every 8 weeks, and the next start date is August 19, 2019!

More info here: https://www.unionplusfreecollege.org/

 

Upcoming and Current Work.

Many hands make light work!  We could REALLY use your help! To participate in any of these opportunities, or to find out more, click here.

  • Bargaining – Economic Reopener – Currently underway
  • Research into e-Voting for union business
  • The Constitution and ByLaws rewrite
  • LCCEF Contract Committee (educate members and managers)
  • Member Organizer Institute 
  • Officers in Training
  • Worksite Leaders
  • Grievance Committee

 

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