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Negotiations News, Issue 2.

Negotiations News, Issue 2.

Click here to read Negotiations News, Issue 2.

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Negotiations News

Negotiations News

Please click here to read our first issue of Negotiations News regarding the exchange of proposals on February 2, 2016.

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Gov.’s Budget Cuts

Gov.’s Budget Cuts

Wednesday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed deep cuts to public services and state workforce layoffs that threaten Connecticut’s quality of life. The governor also addressed contract negotiations with our unions and referred to us as “partners in labor.” Let’s be clear; the governor and legislators on both sides of the aisle have done little to engage state employees as partners. Instead, their tactics […]

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Membership Conference Survey

The 4Cs Membership Committee is planning a Membership Conference on April 30, 2016, but we need YOUR input. Please take this quick survey so that we can plan a Membership Conference that you are interested in attending! Please respond by Friday, February 5 so we can share the results of the survey at the next Membership Committee Meeting on February 6!

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How Strengthening Unions Helps the Economy

How Strengthening Unions Helps the Economy

When working people join together to form a union, we win. Working folks speaking up together through a union not only raise wages, but also improve working conditions for everyone. Unions are the great counterweight to greedy corporate CEOs: strong unions mean a strong middle class. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWtX3fHUJw4   http://aflcio.shpg.org/48/15792?nosignup=true&can_id=728393a01e19e900133076790ecae9bc&source=email-watch-robert-reich-on-the-importance-of-strong-unions&email_referrer=watch-robert-reich-on-the-importance-of-strong-unions

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Greg Jackson Hired as New 4Cs Organizer

// The online newspaper Fairfield Patch has published the following article on new organizer Greg Jackson’s joining the 4Cs. A similar article appears in the Norwalk and Danbury Patches. Posted by Congress of Connecticut Community Colleges, SEIU L1973 on Friday, September 4, 2015

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In Memory of Greg Hager

Greg Hager, 1946 – 2015 “W. Gregory Hager, of Burlington CT and formerly of Washington, PA died Saturday, April 25, 2015, in Hartford, CT. He received a Masters Degree from the University of Ohio and began a successful and vibrant teaching career at Northwest Connecticut Community College (NCCC) in Winsted, CT which spanned 35 years. In addition to […]

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4Cs Tweets in Support of #NAWD

   [View the story “National Adjunct Walkout Day #NAWD” on Storify]

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Anthem Security Breach – Update

Anthem Security Breach – Update

February 18, 2015 Anthem has provided an important update on the status of its response to the cyber-attack and security breach that it announced last week – as well as details on how to enroll in identity theft protection services that it has guaranteed to its members, including current and former state employees and retirees […]

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