Your OCSEA Member E-news July 1, 2020 - login nowJuly 1, 2020Get your union member-only updates.
FREE CSU Bachelor's for all extended to the FallJune 30, 2020SERIOUSLY FREE COLLEGE! Central State University will be extending its FREE bachelor's degree into the fall season. This is for ALL OCSEA members and their family members.
Make it a safe and union-made July FourthJune 30, 2020Happy 4th of July. Let’s all stay safe and help build a stronger America.
Friday June 26 Union Coronavirus Update-login-nowJune 26, 2020Anti-union think-tank Buckeye Institute offered proponent testimony agreeing that state agencies should have absolute immunity from civil lawsuits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your OCSEA Member E-news June 26, 2020 - login nowJune 26, 2020Get the latest union member-only e-newsletter. Login required. Notify the union if you are a dues-paying, active member who is not receiving union emails.
Looking at college in the fall? Look into FREE college benefitsJune 26, 2020Looking at safe, affordable & online college this fall? Don't forget about your union FREE college benefits for you and your family.
EXTRAS member-only discounts update, re-openingsJune 26, 2020As vendors open after after the pandemic shutdown, get updates and active discounts for OCSEA member-only discounts, OCSEA EXTRAS, at OCSEA.org/EXTRAS (login required).
HB 606 gives state agencies absolute immunity, harms workersJune 26, 2020A bill that would give state agencies absolute immunity from civil law suits when it fails to protect employees during the COVID crisis is zipping through the state legislature and could have damaging consequences for state employees on the front lines.
State contractors asked to take "voluntary" cut. Will they?June 25, 2020The DeWine administration has asked state contractors and landlords to take a "voluntarily pay cut" amid the current budget crisis and coronavirus pandemic. However, it's anyone's guess whether businesses and contractors would comply.
Don't feel guilty for being union! Stand for your union rightsJune 25, 2020Management is doing its best to intimidate OCSEA members and make them feel guilty about keeping their union-negotiated pay raise.
Back to Basics: Protection amid COVID-19June 24, 2020The key to getting through this crisis is working together, even through social distancing, to protect ourselves, and in turn protecting others with whom we may come in contact.
Your OCSEA Member E-news June 23, 2020 - login nowJune 23, 2020Latest union member-only e-newsletter. Login required. Notify the union if you are a dues-paying, active member who is not receiving union emails.
Tuesday, June 23 Union Coronavirus Update - Login nowJune 23, 2020Get the union's latest coronavirus update.
Mabe to State: Show solidarity by following contractJune 19, 2020OCSEA says the best thing the State could do is to sit down in collaboration with the state unions, take their advice on cost-savings measures and tap into the Rainy-Day Fund to cover upcoming raises and contract emergency pay.
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State law gives BWC protections to Ohio prison workers June 18, 2020A bill supported by OCSEA that will qualify Ohio Corrections Officers and other public prison staff for Workers' Compensation when exposed to fentanyl and bodily fluids has finally been signed into law.
Tuesday, June 16 Union Coronavirus Update - Login nowJune 16, 2020OCSEA Pres. Chris Mabe has sent a letter laying out return-to-work health and safety guidelines for OCSEA members.
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AG Office follows suit, submits Notice to NegotiateJune 16, 2020OCSEA continues to argue that members have sacrificed enough with latest Notice to Negotiate from the Ohio Attorney General's Office.
Freedom Foundation could care less about your paycheckJune 15, 2020Freedom Foundation and OptOutToday don't care about the size of public union members' paychecks. In fact, they want to make them smaller...