September 30, 2008
Included is a flyer describing the Pre-Retirement Seminar planned in Placentia on November 15, 2008 at Yorba Linda School District, Education Services Board Room, 4999 Casa Loma Avenue. If you have any questions regarding the above seminar, please contact Kerry Woods on her cell at (714) 381-6612. The seminars are open to all classified employees and their spouses. Changes in legislation regarding
CalPERS and Social Security will be discussed. These seminars provide valuable information for any classified employee, whether retirement is two years or ten years way!
Flyer Download : Click Here
September 29, 2008
Board of Supervisors fails to help battered women and children. The Women’s Transitional Living Center is the only shelter in Orange County for battered women. The shelter is in desperate need of short-term financial help! Join us at a fundraiser for the shelter. Donate cash or bring a check made out to “Women’s Transitional Living Center” (any amount you can afford is appreciated). Come and visit us at OCEA’s Hot Dog Day on Monday, Sept. 29, 2008 – between 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at 830 N. Ross St., Santa Ana.
You can also donate by sending a check (payable: Women’s Transitional Living Center, Inc.) to P.O.Box 6103, Orange, CA 92683. Or visit us on-line at http://www.wtlc.org and click on the donate link.
To learn more about this emergency fundraiser event and/or OC Board Chair Supervisor John M.W. Moorlach’s failure to help Orange County’s only battered women’s shelter please click on this download link.
September 23, 2008
Your Chapter of CSEA needs phone bankers for 10/1/2008 & 10/21/2008 Bring a friend… Spouse…. 18+ year old Child. It’s for local nonpartisan assembly / board elections… and it’s CSEA members we’re calling only. We will be helping out our fellow Districts to elect education friendly candidates. We help our neighbors they will help us. Come and help for a couple hours? Dinner and Prizes Provided , we will be meeting at the Orange field office from 5:00 to around 8:00 pm.
Also we are precinct walking in Palm Springs 10/25 Same deal Local ( for them) nonpartisan… school friendly candidates. There will be precinct walking in San Diego on 10/11/2008.
CSEA will transport you for the walking. Lunch & refreshments Provided.
Please Contact Allyson Holt by next week a tell me what date you will attend.
Thank You- Allyson Holt
September 13, 2008
“What is the rule/law on how long personnel has to FLY – Post an open job position on the website? Just asking because there has been a few jobs openings that somehow are filled, without a posting going up. I look at them everyday and never saw them posted.
It seems to be ALL who you know. I thought the Union was keeping a closer eye on this issue.”
September 13, 2008
Now that the long Hot days of summer are over, I’d like to welcome you all back.
Although last year was busy and stressful, overall we did a good job keeping things on an even keel.
Through long negotiations we managed to preserve most of the jobs and hours we have all worked so hard for. And through careful investigation and negotiation and simply looking at how departments are spending their budgets we may find some more money in the “seat cushions” so to speak.
We have already made great strides.
CSEA along with District Representatives, Beth Berndt and Bill Cline, we have negotiated and saved many positions that were to be eliminated or have the hours cut so severely that those in the jobs would have had to quit and seek new jobs.
One of the results of our work this summer was to reach an agreement with the District which lowers the enrollment based formula slightly. Read the rest of this entry »
September 12, 2008
“Last year there was a job opening because someone retired. When the job was posted there were people who had worked at that job who applied. But, the person who was hired had no experience in that job, but worked at the school doing something else. When people apply who have the experience that is on the job classification, how can the district hire someone with no experience at that job.” – Anonymous