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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

NOTICE TO ALL MONROE COUNTY UNIT 7400 MEMBERS
Jim D'Amico at Monroe County Employees' Unit 7400 - 23 hours ago
The Unit 7400 Negotiation Team will be resuming negations with Monroe County. The first session is to be held Friday Febuary 14th. Please check back here for updates. *CSEA UNIT 7400 MEMBERSHIP MEETING* *When:*  May 1st, 2014 *Time: * 5:30pm *Where:* Roger Robach Community Center at Ontario Beach Park

Monday, March 3, 2014

NOTICE TO ALL MONROE COUNTY UNIT 7400 MEMBERS

The Unit 7400 Negotiation Team will be resuming negations with Monroe County. The first session is to be held Friday Febuary 14th. Please check back here for updates.



CSEA UNIT 7400 MEMBERSHIP MEETING

When:  May 1st, 2014

Time:    5:30pm





IT’S TIME TO RAISE THE WAGE

It’s been four years since workers in the United States got a
raise. 

Working families can’t afford to let the minimum wage stagnate any longer.

Tell lawmakers to do the right thing and support the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2013.


SIGN THE PETITION CLICK HERE

Why Unions Matter

Millions of unemployed and underemployed college graduates are learning the hard truth that a degreeUnion Privilege, in The Huffington Post
does not guarantee a job. “Coupled with the extraordinary spike in college tuition, the flagging economy that welcomed Millennials into the workforce means that not only are our young people graduating with far fewer opportunities for high-paying jobs, but they are coming out of college with mountains of debt,” writes Leslie Tolf, president of
“While the value of education for the sake of learning should never be under-estimated,” she writes, “the reality is that education simply isn't the answer to shared prosperity that many once thought it was.”
That’s why it’s important that young people understand the value unions have had in building our nation and still have today.
The beauty of the labor movement, Tolf says, “is that a decent standard of living, with the right mix of tenacity and challenge to the status quo that characterizes Millennials, can benefit their families, communities and employers as well—and at a time when the labor movement needs it most.”
Read the full post here.

STOP “FAST TRACK” DEAD IN ITS TRACKS

A bill to “fast track” all trade deals in the next four years, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement—the biggest trade deal in the history of the United States—has been introduced in Congress.

This bill would limit Congress and our ability to fight for trade policy that benefits working people by virtually guaranteeing all trade agreements, no matter how much they increase corporate influence over the economy, push down wages or offshore manufacturing jobs.

Sign the petition to tell Congress you oppose the “fast track” scheme. (CLICK HERE)

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Will the NLRB be Able to Protect Workers’ Rights?

The workplace rights of millions of working people will be at risk if the U.S. Senate does not approve President Obama’s five bipartisan nominees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). This morning, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka joined Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) for a discussion of the NLRB’s role as an advocate for all U.S. workers, how the board can function in the face of Republican attempts to prevent it from doing its job and potential Senate rule changes to end the obstructionism that’s blocking NLRB nominees. The discussion was held at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C.
Stay tuned for a video of the discussion!



Interesting issue?  

Read more about the politicians who want to diminish workers rights: CLICK HERE ! !


ELECTION UPDATE

President D'Amico is on the right and
1st Vice President Gibbons is on the left.

The election is over the work begins. New Unit Officers hit the road running. The New Unit Officers are as follows:

PRESIDENT:  Jim D'Amico
1st Vice President:  Sean Gibbons
2nd Vice President:  Donna Miller
3rd Vice President: Julia Wagner
Secretary: Roland Gray
Treasurer: Sue Perkins

If you need to reach any of the NEW Unit Officers, please call the Union Office at (585) 328-5250