Category: Contract Negotiations

SEBAC Materials

SEBAC Materials

More information has been created to answer questions related to the SEBAC framework. Please find a Q&A on ARP and Hybrid changes and a one-page explanation of SEBAC 2017’s financial impacts to members (Pre-7/1/22). Further, to gain a better understanding of the health care premium share changes for active employees in terms of dollars for 2019-2022, please see the attached chart. […]

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Updates on 4Cs Contract Negotiations & SEBAC Discussions

Updates on 4Cs Contract Negotiations & SEBAC Discussions

4Cs Contract Negotiations: The Coalition Presidents and Attorney Eric Chester met with Steve Weinberger (BOR System Office Vice President of Human Resources) and Arbitrator Joseph Celentano on March 15 to sign a Joint Stipulation Agreement to engage in interest arbitration for a successor collective bargaining agreement. The agreement includes a series of dates for proceeding with arbitration. […]

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Updates on SEBAC and Contract Negotiations

Updates on SEBAC and Contract Negotiations

4Cs Contract Negotiations: As previously reported, we have tentative agreements on some language changes, and all are improvements. These include such items as a sick leave bank, snow days for EAs (no loss of pay when the college closes), automatic insertion into the seniority pool for part-timers (as opposed to members “applying”), portable tenure for […]

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Contact Negotiations Update

Contact Negotiations Update

Last week, you received a note from 4Cs President Bonina about the impact of the elections on Contract Negotiations and SEBAC. Our coalition bargaining team of the 4Cs, AFT and AFSCME met with Board of Regents bargaining team on December 15 and agreed to several additional concepts, including automatic insertion into the seniority pool after meeting a […]

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Contract Negotiations, SEBAC and How the Election Results are Impacting Both

Contract Negotiations, SEBAC and How the Election Results are Impacting Both

As the 4Cs has been reporting, our coalition bargaining with AFT and AFSCME has been yielding positive results including a number of tentative agreements on language changes (with the details still being worked out).  All of these language changes are non-economic; they benefit our members but with little to no cost to the administration. They […]

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Contract Negotiations Update

Contract Negotiations Update

On September 30, the 4Cs, AFT, and AFSCME held a membership meeting to discuss the status of contract negotiations. Since the last update on 9/30, the negotiating team met with management on Tuesday, October 18 and Thursday, October 27. The parties continue to make progress on non-economic issues including language changes to the benefit of our members, […]

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