Tuesday, May 12 Union Coronavirus UpdateMay 12, 2020Get the union's latest update on coronavirus.
Union Scholarship Application: What to do now, what to do laterMay 12, 2020
ODJFS heroes serve with care despite overwhelmed systemMay 8, 2020Our sisters and brothers in the ODJFS unemployment division continue to work in overdrive helping Ohio’s unemployed with precision and care despite an overlooked and overwhelmed jobs program
Friday, May 8 Union Coronavirus UpdateMay 8, 2020Get the latest OCSEA Covid-19 updates, including spotlights on our members in congregate care settings and unemployment. Get updates on OCSEA mask delivery and info on consumer-directed benefits.
Unsung heroes in Ohio’s congregate settings May 8, 2020OCSEA members in Ohio’s developmental centers, veteran’s homes and behavioral health centers started early on to protect their clients, individuals and residences, and their hard work has paid off, big time.
WageWorks updates members on Consumer-Directed BenefitsMay 8, 2020For members who participate in WageWorks Consumer-Directed Benefits, please note that there have been several updates as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
AFSCME launches ad campaign Congressional reliefMay 6, 2020OCSEA Brother in Corrections Bill Rager is participating in a national ad campaign to talk about what prison workers are facing here in Ohio during the pandemic.
New free Criminal Justice bachelor's offers three areas of studyMay 6, 2020OCSEA and its partners in free college announced the newest free bachelor's degrees for members. The newest degree has three areas of study: law enforcement, judicial and corrections
Governor announces pandemic state budget cutsMay 5, 2020Governor announces pandemic state budget cuts instead of tapping into Rainy Day Fund.
Tuesday, May 5 Union Coronavirus UpdateMay 5, 2020Latest updates on COVID-19 including $775 million dollar budget hole which could impact Medicaid spending, education and local government for the last two months of the fiscal year, plus $100 million cuts total for all state agencies with the exception of DR&C.
State & local aid: Growing need demands growing action May 5, 2020Demand that Congress fund state and local governments so that we can fight the COVID-19 pandemic and re-open our economy
Friday, May 1 Union Coronavirus UpdateMay 1, 2020Union's latest update on coronavirus pandemic
Criminal Justice bachelor's degree is here!May 1, 2020OCSEA is excited to announced the FREE College bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice starting this summer!
UPDATED! FREE bachelor’s degree extended through June 22May 1, 2020OCSEA’s partner in Free College will be expanding their Free College offering to Central State University’s (CSU) bachelor’s degree for members and family members who enroll for the May 18 semester.
Tuesday, April 28 Union Coronavirus UpdateApril 28, 2020Get the latest OCSEA update on COVID-19 including PPE delivery and the loss of Correction union family member Tina Reeves.
Union activists remember Pickaway nurse lost to COVID-19April 28, 2020The unrelenting COVID crisis has, tragically, taken the life of another Corrections employee, a cherished LPN from Pickaway Correctional.
Workers Memorial Day means even more in a pandemicApril 28, 2020Honoring those who made this ultimate sacrifice on the job this Workers Memorial Day.
ODJFS members: We must invest in public job programs & staffApril 21, 2020Our OCSEA sisters and brothers in ODJFS are working long and tiring days to support Unemployment Services (UI) for newly unemployed Ohioans, and they are doing it with care and with dignity. But, they, too, are overwhelmed...
Tuesday, April 21 union COVID-19 updateApril 21, 2020OCSEA's biweekly COVID-19 update discusses the need for investment in Unemployment and Job programs, talks about prison hot spots overwhelmed by Coronavirus and what needs to be done and more.
Marion, two other prisons considered national hot spotsApril 21, 2020Last week, the administration began testing all inmate and staff at three of Ohio's hot spot prisons, which has raised concerns about how widespread the COVID-19 really is in Ohio.