Updates on SEBAC 2017 will be posted on the SEBAC 2017 page.
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.
- 4Cs leaders will meet to discuss the framework and hold information sessions on the campuses.
- The 4Cs and our coalition partners, AFT and AFSCME, would need to work out a tentative agreement on our 4Cs Contract with the BOR.
- The SEBAC agreement and the 4Cs Contract Agreement will be subject to ratification by the members.
- Once this process is completed, and if all are approved, the SEBAC agreement and all the contracts for the individual bargaining units would be presented to the General Assembly as a single item for approval. The General Assembly can either vote yes on all the agreements or no on all the agreements.