IRS announces business mileage rate for 2017Dec. 21, 2016IRS announces mileage rate for 2017.
December 2016 UBBNs ready for downloadDec. 20, 2016Download the December 2016 Union Bulletin Board Network fliers and see what union benefits are at your fingertips.
OCSEA members get snow tubing discountDec. 20, 2016OCSEA members and their families get 12 percent off the best available rates at Beach Mountain Snow Tubing in Mason, OH.
Columbus Zoo and Wildlights discountDec. 16, 2016OCSEA union members are eligible for discount ticket prices for a very special Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s Wildlights holiday event being held on Dec. 17.
Spread the word! Ask Governor to veto Senate Bill 329Dec. 16, 2016Contact Governor Kasich at 614-466-3555 and tell him to veto SB 329, the agency sunset review bill that eliminate entire state agencies simply by inaction of a legislative committee.
OCSEA response on Senate Bill 329 Dec. 8, 2016OCSEA is extremely concerned that the Sunset Review Commission bill, Senate Bill 329, is seeing new life during the lame duck session. The bill has the potential for eliminating entire state agencies, disrupting the lives of millions of Ohioans who depend on public services.
UET spotlights member successes in online magazineDec. 8, 2016In the latest issue of the online magazine, the Union Education Trust spotlights employee success stories of going back to school, whether for a one-day training seminar or for a bachelor’s degree.
Labor leads compromise to protect Ohio unemployment benefitsDec. 7, 2016Labor, business, and legislative leaders have reached a compromise that will begin a more thorough discussion about fixing Ohio's Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund insolvency issues.
OCSEA members get snow tubing discountsDec. 7, 2016Bring the entire family for a union member-discounted price on winter fun!
Union STOPS private prisons “blank check” amendmentDec. 1, 2016In the name of fiscal responsibility, OCSEA worked with Ohio legislative leaders on both sides of the political aisle to counter a private prison amendment that was slipped into lame duck legislation at the last minute.
Get talking points to protect unemployment benefitsNov. 30, 2016Join labor activists at a Lobby Day to urge members of the Ohio House and Senate to vote no on House Bill 394, the Ohio legislature’s plan to cut unemployment compensation in half.
Attend Workers' Compensation training on Dec. 10Nov. 30, 2016Attend the Workers' Compensation training at OCSEA on Dec. 10 from 9 a.m.-noon.
Newly hired members eligible for Purchasing Power Nov. 30, 2016OCSEA's Purchasing Power union benefit is now available to new OCSEA members who sign a membership card. The year waiting period has been eliminated.
OCSEA weighs in on sunset review processNov. 30, 2016OCSEA has been closely following Senate Bill 329 that includes executive level state agencies in a sunset review process.
OCSEA free college benefits for correction employeesNov. 29, 2016Your union, OCSEA, offers members, spouses, children and grandchildren a Free College Benefit so you can earn your Associate Degree online from Eastern Gateway Community College—For Free! Programs include:
Attend AMP meeting in Lorain on unemployment cutsNov. 28, 2016Join the Allied Member and Partners coalition for a meeting in Lorain, Ohio to learn more about the impact of unemployment compensation reforms cuts on Ohio's workers.
Attend hearings! Ohio Lame Duck updateNov. 23, 2016Legislative lame duck session is upon us and OCSEA activists are urged to attend hearings to stop anti-worker legislation.
Don't miss this deal! Free college for members only.Nov. 22, 2016An associate degree can be your pathway to new opportunities, greater responsibility, a better job and higher wages. This is a unique opportunity through Eastern Gateway is available only to OCSEA members, their families and retirees.
Make it a union-made ThanksgivingNov. 21, 2016This Thanksgiving, make sure you spend your hard earned money supporting your local union members.
Union edition: Election winners and losers Nov. 16, 2016On Election Day there were some major disappointments for labor. Some are calling last Tuesday a “banner night for the Right to Work movement." But in some areas, there were major wins for working class issues.