Difference Between A VSEA Member And A Non-Member
|Dues:||0.9% of an employees’ hourly payrate, multiplied by their standard hours per pay period, with a minimum of $16 and a maximum of $24.|
Opportunities to serve on joint LMC to resolve worksite/department issues.
|VSEA Trainings: |
Gain skills in mediation, negotiation, leadership, political action, etc.
|Participation in the Union’s Democratic Process:|
Opportunity to serve on union committees, and bargaining teams, hold elected office and vote in union elections.
Participate in actual contract negotiations, and vote on your union contract.
Special VSEA member events held throughout the year. View the VSEA calendar.
|VSEA Member Support Fund:|
Monetary grants to assist members in financial need during serious illness or personal hardship.
|VSEA Scholarship Awards:|
Scholarships available to VSEA members and their dependents. Learn more here.
|VSEA Supplemental Insurance:|
Member-only rates on dental, disability, accident, life, and other policies. Learn more here.
|VSEA Advantage Program:|
Member-only discounts on goods and services such as skiing, clothing, automotive, insurance,
lawyer referral program, workers’ compensation advice, and more. Learn more here.
VSEA Legislative staff and members working for legislation to improve the working lives of all VSEA Members.
|Employee Representation Rights:|
Representation by VSEA’s stewards, field representatives, and legal staff.
|Yes||Subject to an hourly fee, per VSEA policy.|
|Contract Protection and Benefits:|
Union negotiated wages, benefits, job security, and workplace justice. View VSEA contracts here.
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