Category: SEBAC

SEBAC Powerpoint and Q&A

SEBAC Powerpoint and Q&A

The 4Cs Delegate Assembly met on Saturday, June 3 to discuss the SEBAC framework. This PowerPoint presentation was shared, along with all of the Q&A’s created by SEBAC thus far, including a new one on “Next Steps.” Information already shared: SEBAC 2017 Framework  Abbreviations in Framework Comptroller’s Medicare Advantage Q&A SEBAC Medicare Advantage Q&A SEBAC Q&A on Healthcare

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SEBAC’s Q&A for Future Retirees

SEBAC’s Q&A for Future Retirees

Are you thinking about retiring within the next few years? This SEBAC Q&A for Future Retirees may be able to answer some questions you have. Updates will be posted to our webpage as they are made available; you can find them here. Please note that 4Cs continues to bargain on the full-time and part-time contracts. Please feel free to continue […]

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SEBAC Q&As

SEBAC Q&As

SEBAC was able to finalize a few Q&A documents about the SEBAC framework today. Do you have questions about the healthcare section of the SEBC framework? What is Smart Shopper, Tired Networks and Site of Service? Will co-pays for drugs prescribed to treat chronic condition under the Health Enhancement Program (like insulin for Diabetes, or statins for High […]

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SEBAC Framework: Information Forthcoming

SEBAC Framework: Information Forthcoming

The 4Cs expects that we will have additional resources to better understand the SEBAC framework by the middle of next week, including Q&As, powerpoint, and more. In the meantime, we have received several questions regarding some of the abbreviations used in the framework, so we created a document that outlines all the acronyms here. You may also want […]

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Important SEBAC Update

Updates on SEBAC 2017 will be posted on the SEBAC 2017 page. SEBAC Statement The State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) voted this afternoon to open formal discussions with the Malloy administration around a framework that will save jobs and save costs to help address the ongoing revenue shortfalls that have caused Connecticut’s budget deficit. […]

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Important SEBAC Update

Important SEBAC Update

The State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) voted this afternoon to open formal discussions with the Malloy administration around a framework that will save jobs and save costs to help address the ongoing revenue shortfalls that have caused Connecticut’s budget deficit. Click here for union leaders framework. This framework and potential savings are a clear […]

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State Budget Updates

State Budget Updates

Recent budget scenarios have proposed cuts for the Community Colleges ranging from $19-$90 million. Cuts of this magnitude go well beyond the savings targets that have been planned for the Board of Regents. There has even been a recent communication from President Ojakian that states they may have to revisit drastic proposals such as closing a […]

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SEBAC Updates

SEBAC Updates

As you know, SEBAC leaders and the Governor’s office have been meeting for months to discuss possible scenarios that would save the State of Connecticut money in an effort to avoid massive state employee layoffs. If the exploratory discussions suggest that a fair agreement may be possible, the 4Cs President will call a meeting of the Executive Board and […]

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SEBAC Updates Forthcoming

SEBAC Updates Forthcoming

SEBAC has been meeting several times a week. With that schedule, it is difficult to convey the day-to-day updates. However, we expect to have an update early next week. There has been some news reports about the Governor announcing layoffs of state employees (article here). Please note that the BOR/CSCU is not among the agencies listed. […]

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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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