VSEA & VTA Issue Joint Statement On Anticipated Protests

In anticipation of possible demonstrations on the Capitol grounds in Montpelier this weekend–with the possibility of violence like we sadly witnessed during last week’s attempted insurrection at the U.S. Capitol–the Vermont Troopers Association (VTA) and the Vermont State Employees’ Association (VSEA) are calling on protesters to conduct a peaceful demonstration, obey the law, leave property undamaged and, most important, respect the men and women who will be called upon to be on-the-job, performing the public service they were hired to do for the State of Vermont and its citizens​. We thank you in advance for hearing our call.

VSEA’s Week In Action Newsletter: January 8, 2021

This Week:

VSEA & It’s AOT Plow Operators Join Together To Change Driver Mask Policy

COVID Cases On The Rise At Vets’ Home

Upcoming VSEA-Sponsored “Protect Our Pensions” Webinars

VSEA Members & Retirees Donate Nearly 12K To Vermont Foodbank!

Help A VSEA Member In Need After Tragic House Fire

2021 VSEA Scholarship Application Coming Soon!

VSEA Board Of Trustees Seeks New Clerk

NMU Bargaining Team Seeks Member For Open Administrative Professionals Seat On Team

Chapter Meeting Notice: NEK/St. Johnsbury Chapter: Wednesday, January 13

Quote Of The Week!

Following Election, NH Workers Facing New Push For Right-To-Work

Read The Full Newsletter Here!

VSEA Hosting Informational Zoom Meetings On Pension Protection

New Dates Added!

Understanding alterations to the state employees’ retirement plan could be proposed this legislative session, VSEA, in coordination with the State Treasurer’s office, is offering members and retirees special Zoom informational meetings to learn more about the current situation, what’s anticipated at the State House, and, most important, what you can do to help–both now and during the session.

Register Online or View The Meetings Scheduled To Date Here

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