On July 31, 2017, the Connecticut State Legislature approved the 2017 SEBAC Agreement, ratified by union affiliation. In addition, contracts have been ratified for all UConn trading units participating in DerSEBAC. SEBAC will not aim to make more sacrifices for government employees who have already given so much to the people we serve. Our 2017 agreement will save Connecticut taxpayers $25 billion over the next 20 years and help fill chronic budget deficits that jeopardize vital public services. There are critics who are already opposed to this framework because they think it does not hurt working families enough. These criticisms would undoubtedly be opposed to any agreement with SEBAC. These people need to be reminded that public servants continue to save the state $1 billion a year by making concessions. A final SEBAC agreement will overturn redundancy decisions issued since April, provide four years of protection against redundancy and extend public health care and health care for retirees by five years. The 2017 SEBAC agreement includes changes to health care, old age pension and family medicine sheets. These include future days and salary adjustments, which are detailed in some collective agreements. September 12, 2017 CHRO Message – Significant Performance Changes September 14, 2017 Age Plan Choice for New Employees at Q-A on Open Enrollment and Medical Plan Choices (September/October 2020) – Click on the link to see the document. University of Connecticut Professional Employees Association (UCPEA) (860) 487-0850 Collective Bargaining Agreement SEBAC Response to Governor`s 4-20-17 Layoff Announcement Ltr from Lisa Egan Gr 3-24-16 AFT President Randi Weingarten`s latest column outlines the urgent of using our voices – our votes – in this life changing-election, if we make a choice » between President Donald Trump, chaos, Fear, Former Vice President Joe Biden, who is trying to reverse Trump`s failures at COVID-19 and the economy, has acted in a way that unify and elevates the American people.» In addition to the four crises we face – a pandemic, an economic crisis, racism and a climate emergency – democracy itself is on the ballot, as Trump continues to doubt the legitimacy of the elections.

In her Column on the New York Times in September, AFT President Randi Weingarten said that things had never been the way they are today. Weingarten explains that because of President Donald Trump`s chaotic, contradictory and incompetent response to the coronary virus, and the lack of federal guidance and funding, we see a patchwork of plans to reopen schools across the country. . Click here for the Medicare Advantage Q-A (5/30 Update) – Click here for Medicare Advantage Information from the State Comptroller © American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO. All rights reserved. Photos and illustrations and text cannot be used without AFT`s permission.