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Get the latest state employee updates, the new deadline for preserving the Normal Retirement Date and information on retiree health fund contributions.
Get the latest update on the Maintenance Drug Network Program that went into effect October 1, 2011. The program affects all current state employees; it also pertains to retirees under 65.
Local 269 (Departments of Labor, Veteran's Affairs, and Workers' Rehabilitation), Local 714 (DSS, DCF, SSM), Local 2663 (DCF, DSS, CHRO, Public Health, OPA, DDS, DMHAS, Child's Advocate office, Bureau of Services for the Blind, Corrections, DED, and Commission of Deaf and Hearing Impaired)
Council 4's NP-4 Correction Bargaining Units consists of Local 387 (Cheshire Correctional Complex Employees), Local 391 (Somers Correctional Complex Employees), and Local 1565 (Connecticut State Prison Employees) Click the link above for contract and related updates.
Local 749 State of Connecticut Judicial and Criminal Justice Employees.
Local 2836 (State University Organization of Administrative Faculty); Local 1214 (Charter Oak State College); Local 2480 (Community Technical College Administrators); and Local 1588 (Department of Higher Education Administrators).
Council 4 is part of the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition. In accordance with state statute, SEBAC represents and negotiates on behalf of all unionized Connecticut state employees on the subjects of pension and health benefits. Also, SEBAC lobbies at the State Capitol regarding issues that are of importance to Connecticut state employees.
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