ATTENTION: Members of 1199 NE Connecticut/Rhode Island New England Health Care Employees Union/SEIU RE: GENERAL NOTICE NO. 2017-10 The following summarizes the substantive changes contained in the 2016-2021 Professional (Pl) and Paraprofessional (NP-6) Health Care Bargaining Units Contract. Please note that this document is a Contract Summary and therefore does not contain each and every
On this page, you will find ongoing updates about the activities of 1199 members who work for the State of Connecticut. You can view a PDF of the 1199 State Employees Contract by clicking here. Scroll below to read any current posts – and check back soon for updates!
Click the link to get the PDF for CAREER MOBILITY FALL 2017 APPLICATION!
NEW 1199 AD ON BUDGET CASTS KLARIDES AND FASANO CAST AS “PROTECTORS OF BILLIONAIRES”AS CT AWAITS HEROES
The new ad out today sets Connecticut’s budget drama in an action movie trailer. The ad sets the stage by opening “In a state where some legislators side with corporate lobbyists to protect billionaires and corporations while attacking middle class workers.” The ad awaits the “heroes” who will “rise to rebuild the middle class and
This past week 1199 members voted on two important issues facing our union. First, members had to decide whether our newly organized child care members would be added to the list of workers in our union’s jurisdiction. Secondly, members voted on whether to give our union increased resources so we can take on the challenges and
State employees will be receiving a wage increase effective July 1, 2015. First, determine your bargaining unit: you are either a NP-6 (10) or P-1 (11) Second, determine your weekly hours of work e.g. 35, 37.5 or 40 hours Third, determine your pay range. The pay range is the number to the left of the wage scale;
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit that stemmed from a massive layoff of unionized state workers in 2003. The suit claimed that the Rowland administration structured the layoffs to punish unions who supported his Democratic opponent and then defied his demand for concessions. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit announced a settlement after nearly 12
Click on this link to read detailed questions and answers about changes to the state dental plan: Q and A on Changes in Dental Carriers
Approximately 53,000 state employees and new retirees (including many 1199 members) are enrolled in the Health Enhancement Program (HEP) — a program that provides financial incentives, including reduced premium share and waived deductibles, to promote employees and dependents obtaining regular age-appropriate screenings. State Controller Kevin Lembo recently announced that 99 percent of HEP participants are participating