VSEA’s Week In Action Newsletter: August 3, 2018

 

ERN Certifies Board Election Results

Members of the VSEA Elections, Rules and Nominating Committee were at headquarters this morning to count mail-in ballots in the recent election to fill four seats on the VSEA Board of Trustees. After adding the mail-in totals to the online count (reportedly the elections had one of the union’s highest online participation rates ever), the Committee certified the results, and they are:

Non-Management Unit Trustee:
William Wells*

Judiciary Unit Trustee:
William Capasso*

District 3 Trustee:
Robert Arkley*

District 6 Trustee:
Robin Rieske

* Re-Elected To New Term  

Congratulations to the winners!

Three VSEA Bargaining Teams & State Head To Contract Mediation On August 7

VSEA’s NMU, Corrections and Supervisory Bargaining Teams head to contract mediation with the State on August 7, per the request of the Vermont Labor Relations Board (VLRB). The Board asked both sides to meet with a mediator to determine if there is any room for compromise on certain contract issues and if a revised deal of some kind is even possible. The VSEA Teams agreed to attempt mediation, with the understanding that the legal process will resume if mediation is unsuccessful.

VSEA Labor Relations Director Gary Hoadley is conducting a conference call with Bargaining Team members on August 6 to prep with them for formal mediation.

VSEA members and retirees can watch and review the VLRB hearing that led to mediation on VSEA’s Facebook page and website.

If you have any questions in advance of mediation, please direct them to a member of your VSEA Bargaining Team. Find Team members’ contact info here.

Note: Until mediation and a possible return trip to the VLRB are complete, the State’s last best offer is still the contract in place right now. Wage increases and certain healthcare co-pay increases do not kick in until
January 1, 2019.

Support Your VSEA Bargaining Teams By 
Wearing A Sticker On August 7! 

VSEA is reminding all members to wear a union sticker(s) on August 7 to support your Executive Branch Bargaining Teams as they go to mediation with the State. You can request stickers by contacting VSEA headquarters at 223-5247 or vsea@vsea.org.

Share photos of you and your
co-workers supporting your Bargaining Teams! Send photos to vsea@vsea.org or post them to VSEA’s Facebook page here.

New Judiciary Unit Contracts Being Mailed!

VSEA Judiciary Unit members should keep your eyes open for a copy of your Unit’s recently negotiated contract, which will be arriving soon in the U.S. Mail. While you wait, you can view your new contract online by clicking here.

Quote Of The Week!

"While there has been some progress, it’s not enough…the change has been too slow and there still a lot to do. Frontline DCF workers and, in fact, all state employees and our families, deserve better.”

VSEA First VP and DCF member Aimee Towne, lamenting in WIA about the slow pace of safety and health improvements for DCF workers, following the August 7, 2015, murder of DCF Social Worker Lara Sobel by
a client.

Register Online Today To Attend VSEA’s Annual Meeting 2018

This year’s Annual Meeting promises to be a busy one, with Janus decision fallout, possible implementation of the State’s new health care copays on January 1, ongoing safety and health issues statewide, privatization of services and a host of other issues weighing heavy. To save some money, the VSEA Board decided months ago that this year’s meeting would be just a one-day affair, as opposed to the historic two-day meetings of years past.

Book the date!
VSEA Annual Meeting 2018
Saturday, September 8

Capitol Plaza Hotel, Montpelier

Register Online!

Or download PDF registration forms here.
Registration deadline is August 28.

 

What is Annual Meeting? 
Major decisions in the union occur at Annual Meeting, held every September, at which every active member of the union in attendance receives an equal vote. Learn more about VSEA’s structure here.

VSEA Annual Meeting 2017

 

Submit Your 2018 VSEA Annual Meeting Award Nominations Online Today!

Deadline Is August 8!

2017 VSEA Chapter Of The Year – Brattleboro Chapter! Presented by VSEA Awards and Scholarship Committee member Ed Thomas.

It’s time again to submit your nominations for a 2018 VSEA Outstanding Performance Award in the categories below. Click the buttons to make nominations online:

 

Outstanding VSEA Chapter:

Chapter Of The Year

Outstanding VSEA Steward:

Steward Of The Year

Outstanding Service to VSEA:

Frank A. Mazza Memorial Award

Outstanding Public Service:

Terence D. Macaig Award

Outstanding VSEA Staff Member:

Linda Coan Memorial Award
 

Learn more about the VSEA Annual Meeting Awards here. The deadline to submit nominations is Wednesday, August 8.

VSEA’s Awards and Scholarships Committee is urging members to give some thought to each of these awards and if you know of a deserving state employee—or a deserving Chapter—then please don’t hesitate to submit your nomination(s).

Winners will be announced at VSEA’s Annual Meeting in September.

VSEA’s Awards And Scholarship Committee Needs You!​

VSEA’s Awards And Scholarships Committee meets twice a year to administer your union’s award and scholarship programs, which primarily involves reviewing applications to determine winners of scholarships and winners of VSEA Annual Meeting awards.

VSEA members interested in becoming a member of your union’s Awards And Scholarships Committee should email the committee’s staff liaison, VSEA Communications Specialist 
Kris Lizzari at klizzari@vsea.org

VSEA Joins Many To Thank Group Of AOT Workers Who Recently Saved Two Girls From Raging River

VSEA tipped its hat this week to AOT members Shawn Westney, Andrew Fraser, John Bedard, Victoria Biller, Josh Donna, Kevin Munson and Tim Bills for their recent quick thinking and action to pull two girls in distress from what a July 27 MYNBC5 story described as a “raging” West River in Jamaica, Vermont.

Really great job by this entire VSEA AOT crew!

VSEA Calls Emergency Meeting With VPCH Workers

With the State and many lawmakers content to turn over the care of Vermonters who are suffering acute mental illness to the private University of Vermont and its deep $21 million pockets, workers at the newly built, State-run Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital (VPCH) in Berlin have a lot of questions about the future of mental health care in Vermont and their place in it, if any.

With the clock now ticking on the agreement, VSEA leaders and staff are holding an emergency meeting at VSEA HQ for any and all VPCH members on Wednesday, August 15 at 3:00 p.m., to field questions and provide whatever answers possible, given the scant amount of particulars released to date about the proposed UVM facility. VSEA also wants to hear ideas from the frontline workers on how to best respond to the reality that a large chunk of Vermont’s mental-health system is now being privatized.

Help Spread The Word!
Download, distribute and post this flyer in your worksite! Thanks!

Condolences To VSEA DCF Members On Anniversary Of Lara Sobel’s Tragic Death On August 7, 2015

Next week could be a tough one for many of VSEA’s Department for Children and Families members, as August 7 marks the three-year anniversary of the tragic killing of DCF Social Worker Lara Sobel.

VSEA First Vice President and DCF employee Aimee Towne tells WIA, “August 7, the anniversary of Lara Sobel’s murder, is a day that will forever be imbedded in my mind, not only because of work, social and family parallels, but because it also marks three years that we, as her VSEA brothers and sisters, have been tirelessly fighting for increased security and safety measures across state government. While there has been some progress, it’s not enough…the change has been too slow and there still a lot to do. Frontline DCF workers and, in fact, all state employees and our families, deserve better.” 

VSEA Marches In Barre Parade!

VSEA is thanking all the members and retirees who showed up on July 28 to march with your union in the Barre Heritage Festival Parade. A special thanks to Barre Chapter President Sue LaFleche for all her work to make the day the success it was. WIA is pleased to share some pictures from the parade, taken by VSEA First Vice President Aimee Towne and VSEA Union Organizer Danielle Warner.

View more photos on VSEA’s Facebook page here!

Lamoille Valley Chapter Annual “School Supply Challenge” Ends August 10!

Three years ago, VSEA’s Lamoille Valley Chapter launched a successful effort to get Chapter members to donate school supplies to help children in need. This year, the Chapter is hoping to build on the success of the first three years events.

The Chapter is distributing collection boxes to Lamoille worksites, and the goal is to collect as many items as possible by Friday, August 10.

All supplies collected will be given to children currently in the custody of DCF Morrisville Family Services.

All types of supplies are needed, including: backpacks, lunch boxes, pencil cases, pencils, crayons, colored pencils, notebooks, folders, rulers, scissors and markers, to name a few.

Questions? Please contact Lamoille Chapter President Aimee Towne at aimee.towne@vermont.gov or Chapter Clerk & Treasurer Peggy Burbank at Margaret.burbank@vermont.gov.

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Week In Action!

Please help spread the word about VSEA news in your worksite by printing and posting a condensed version of Week In Action.

Thank You!

View/ Print A Condensed Version Of This Week’s Issue Here!
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VSEA Meetings/ Trainings/ Events:

 

Upcoming Chapter Annual Meeting

  • VPCH Chapter
    Monday, August 6
    3:15 p.m.
    VPCH
    350 Fisher Road
    Berlin

    Questions: Contact VPCH Chapter PresidentJason Rushlow at JDaBear@yahoo.com

 

  • Brattleboro Chapter
    Tuesday, August 6
    12:00 p.m.
    State Office Building
    232 Main Street
    Brattleboro

    Questions: Contact Brattleboro Chapter President Robin Rieske at robin.rieske@vermont.gov

 

  • Franklin / Grand Isle Chapter
    Friday, August 10
    5:00 p.m.

    St. Albans Bay
    596 Lake Road
    St. Albans

    Questions: Contact Franklin / Grand Isle Chapter President Janine Cary at janine.cary@vermont.gov

 

  • Newport / Island Pond Chapter
    Wednesday, August 15
    5:00 p.m.

    Kingdom Brewery
    353 Coburn Hill Road
    Newport​

    Questions: Contact Newport / Island Pond Chapter Officer Karen Marchant at kmarch9060@yahoo.com

 

  • Central Vermont Chapter
    Wednesday, August 15
    5:30 p.m.

    Steak House Restaurant
    1239 U.S. Route 302
    Private Dining Room
    Barre

    RSVP/Questions: Contact Central Vermont Chapter President Dawn Carillo at dcareo@gmail.com​

Upcoming Organizer’s Worksite Meeting

  • Williston DCF & FSD
    Wednesday, August 8
    12:00 p.m.
    426 Industrial Avenue
    Large Conference Room
    Williston

    Questions: Contact VSEA Organizer Carmen Scoles at cscoles@vsea.org  

Upcoming VSEA Member Appreciation Day Event(s)

  • NEK / St. Johnsbury Chapter
    Thursday, August 9
    11:00 a.m.
    St. Johnsbury DCF & Parole & Probation Office
    1016 U.S. Route 5
    Outside!
    St. Johnsbury

    Questions: Contact VSEA NEK / St. Johnsbury Chapter President Ellen Hinman at ellen.hinman@yahoo.com.

Bus Is Full For VSEA 2018 “Day At Fenway” On August 17, But Waiting List Being Built

The bus to attend “VSEA Day 2018 at Fenway” on Friday night, August 17, sold out this week, but a waiting list is being built for any member or retiree who wants to be added to it.

The Red Sox are battling the Tampa Bay Rays, starting at 7:10 p.m., and the cost is $80 per person, which includes a bus ride to and from the park, as well as a ticket to the game. The bus is making stops in Waterbury (2:00 p.m.) and White River Junction (3:00 p.m.). ETA at Fenway is 5:30 p.m.

If you and your family would be interested in placing your name(s) on a waiting list for the August 17 game, please contact VSEA Union Representative Bob South or VSEA Administrative Assistant Sue DeVoid. You can reach Bob by email at bsouth@vsea.org or by phone at 223-5247. You can reach Sue by email at sdevoid@vsea.org or by phone at 223-5247.

Payment must be received before tickets are released. 

No refunds on purchased tickets. 

Upcoming Steward Training

The next Steward training is
September 18 at VSEA HQ in Montpelier.

Training begins at 8:30 a.m.

To register, please email Gretchen Naylor: gnaylor@vsea.org

 

Points of Interest:

 

UVM Management Takes The Low Road & Stops Nurses’ Dues Collection

Seven Days reports on July 31 that UVM management recently decided to stop taking dues from unionized nurses’ paychecks, citing contract expiration. The petty and intentionally divisive move forces the nurses’ union to now have to hand collect dues from every individual member, until a new agreement can be reached.

From the story:

"Union vice president Deb Snell said her organization was not surprised by the end to automatic dues collection and is preparing bills that it will send to its 1,800 members in the coming weeks. The union is in good financial shape and is not concerned since it expects a majority of members to pay voluntarily, Snell said. Members have come forward asking where to send their money after learning the hospital was no longer collecting dues, according to Snell.

Despite the provision in the contract that ended the dues collection agreement, Snell argued that the hospital could have continued the practice. ‘It was their choice to do this,’ she asserted."

In the story, UVM management denies allegations of actively union busting. 

Keep up with the nurses’ latest contract and strike news by checking the UVM Nurses’ Union Facebook Page.

 

Solidarity Action:
UVM Nurses Conducting August 6 Informational Pickets

On Monday, August 6, VSEA members and retirees are invited to walk an informational picket line with the UVM nurses and their supporters.

Informational Picket(s) Facebook Page  

 

Worth a Read!

Did Replacement Nurses Fill The Void During Recent Strike? One Patient Voices A Strong "No"

Vermonter Julie Emery wrote an excellent commentary that posted July 31 on VTDigger, titled "A Patient’s Experience of the Nurses’ Strike." Her piece is worth reading because the possibility exists for more strikes by UVM nurses, and the public deserves to know that the care provided by replacement nurses is, unfortunately, according to Julie’s experience, sub-par.

From Emery’s Commentary:

"UVMMC President and CEO Eileen Whalen had promised patients and families that the hospital would provide high-quality, safe and seamless care to patients during the two-day strike. This wasn’t completely true. The replacement nurses were, for the most part, nice and eager to help, but their lack of experience within the UVM system was overly apparent. They didn’t know where things were or what the process was for tasks such as pain management, wound care, and other incredibly important post-operative care. At one point during the first night, my new ostomy was leaking, and no nurse knew how to change it or where they could find the supplies to do so."

Sign The Howard Center Workers’ Union Petition!

Employees working at the Howard Center in Burlington are appealing to other Vermont unions and the public to join them in their campaign to get management to the bargaining table. This week, the Howard Center Workers’ Union posted an online petition with its bargaining request to management, and VSEA members and retirees are urged to sign and share the workers’ petition link.

Sign The Howard Center Workers’ Union Petition

Colleague’s Recent Death Prompts Minnesota Corrections Officers To Show Up En Masse At State Capital

Workers Demand
Increased Funding

FOX 9 in Minnesota aired a report yesterday about the state’s corrections officers descending on the capital this week to "demand more staffing and safer prison conditions in the wake of their colleague’s death."

From the story:

The union made three specific demands of lawmakers Wednesday, the most important of which was to address staffing issues.

The demand called for a “clean, bipartisan, stand-alone bill” to address staffing issues in Minnesota’s prison system. The union said staffing shortages are a “big problem” and the group’s “number one issue.”

At Stillwater, the union says, there are blocks with four officers monitoring 280 inmates. At Moose Lake, the numbers are similarly worrisome, as 400 inmates can be in the yard at one time with only two staff members.

By filling vacant positions, returning out-of-class officers back to corrections, closing industrial shops when prisons are short-staffed and stopping forced overtime, the union outlined some ways to address the staffing problem.

“Those are stop-gap solutions,” Hillyard read. “More funding is the only answer.”

In a second demand, the union asked to reinstate old discipline guidelines to help combat the growing number of assaults.

Third, the union called for cameras in the industry areas of the prisons.

“We have been going to the Legislature every year for a decade now, every single week the Legislature is in session, asking for more correctional officers,” said the union in its demand letter. “We are not asking for more correctional officers and staffingany more. We are demanding it.”

Note: VSEA Corrections Officers can certainly relate to the frustration of their Minnesota brothers and sisters and to the workers’ urgent call for CO safety improvements.

This Week:

ERN Certifies Board Election Results

Three VSEA Bargaining Teams & State Head To Contract Mediation On August 7

Support Your VSEA Bargaining Teams By Wearing A Sticker On August 7!

New Judiciary Unit Contracts Being Mailed!

Register Online Today To Attend VSEA’s Annual Meeting 2018

Submit Your 2018 VSEA Annual Meeting Award Nominations Online Today!

VSEA Joins Many To Thank Group Of AOT Workers Who Recently Saved Two Girls From Raging River

VSEA Calls Emergency Meeting With VPCH Workers

Condolences To VSEA DCF Members On Anniversary Of Lara Sobel’s Tragic Death On August 7, 2015

VSEA Marches In
Barre Parade!

Lamoille Valley Chapter Annual “School Supply Challenge” Ends August 10!

 

VSEA Meetings/ Trainings/ Events:

Upcoming Chapter Annual Meeting:

Upcoming Organizer’s Worksite Meeting:

Upcoming VSEA Member Appreciation Day Event(s) :

Bus Is Full For VSEA 2018 “Day At Fenway” On August 17, But Waiting List Being Built

Upcoming Steward Training

 

Points of Interest:

UVM Management Takes The Low Road & Stops Nurses’ Dues Collection

Did Replacement Nurses Fill The Void During Recent Strike? One Patient Voices A Strong "No"

Sign The Howard Center Workers’ Union Petition!

Colleague’s Recent Death Prompts Minnesota Corrections Officers To Show Up En Masse At State Capital To Demand Increased Funding

 

VSEA Reminders:

With Mediation Pending, New Contract Printing & Posting
On Hold

Labor Relations Director’s Contract Summary Available Online

“I’m Sticking With My Union” Video Series

Friendly Reminder: What Has Our Union Done For Us Lately?

What You Should Know About The Anti-Worker Janus v. AFSCME U.S. Supreme Court Ruling

Show Your Facebook Friends You’re VSEA Strong With VSEA Facebook Profile Picture Frame!

VSEA Insurance Benefits Enrollment

What Is The VSEA Advantage Program?

 

 

VSEA Calendar:

August 6
UVM Nurses’ Informational Pickets
UVM Medical Center

Colchester Avenue Entrance
7:30 a.m.
3:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.

August 6
VPCH Chapter Annual Meeting
VPCH
350 Fisher Road
Berlin
3:15 p.m.

August 7
VSEA & State Of Vermont Contract Mediation
VT College of Fine Arts
Schulmaier Hall
9:00 a.m.

August 7
Brattleboro Chapter Annual Meeting
State Office Building
232 Main Street
Brattleboro
12:00 p.m.

August 8
Organizer’s Worksite Meeting: Williston
DCF & FSD
Industrial Avenue
426 Industrial Avenue
Large Conference Room
Williston
12:00 p.m.

August 8
Member Appreciation Day Event: St. Johnsbury
St. Johnsbury DCF & Parole & Probation Office
1016 U.S. Route 5
Outside!
St. Johnsbury
11:00 a.m.

August 10
Franklin / Grand Isle Chapter Annual Meeting
St. Albans Bay
596 Lake Road
St. Albans
5:00 p.m.

August 10
Lamoille Valley Chapter’s School Supply Drive Ends
See WIA Story

 

Contact Your Union

Communication between Union members and Union leaders is important for a strong organization. Click the links below to find VSEA contact information for each category:

Board of Trustees

VSEA Council

Chapter Presidents

Find A Steward

 

With Mediation Pending, New Contract Printing & Posting On Hold

VSEA members continue to inquire to headquarters about the status of the new NMU, Supervisory and Corrections’ contracts and where they can find them online to review and understand.

To date, the contract the VLRB ruled in favor of has not been printed or posted because, as many VSEA members and retirees know, the VLRB ordered VSEA and the State last week to enter into mediation to see if there is any room for compromise. If so, it may open a door to preventing the State’s last-best-contract-offer from being imposed in its entirety.

In the interim, members with specific questions about the new contract should contact a Steward or a Union Representative.

 

Labor Relations Director’s Contract Summary Available Online

VSEA Labor Relations Director Gary Hoadley’s comprehensive summary of the contract recently imposed on VSEA members belonging to the Non-Management, Corrections and Supervisory Bargaining Units is available online by clicking here.

 

“I’m Sticking With
My Union”
Video Series

Watch On YouTube:

"I’m Sticking With My Union" – Sue LaFleche

 

Watch On YouTube:

"I’m Sticking With My Union – John Vorder Bruegge"

 

Friendly Reminder: What Has Our Union Done For Us Lately? 

Just in case. Here is a reminder of just some of what VSEA has been able to accomplish for state employees (guided by rank-and-file leaders and activists) since its inception in 1944:
 

Yearly wage increases totaling more than 45% in cost-of-living and step increases since 1990;

Improved health benefits, comprehensive dental insurance including benefits for domestic partners;

A 30-year/no-penalty retirement plan with five-year vesting;

Enhanced mental health benefits;

Double-your-salary life insurance;

Time-and-a-half overtime benefits for over 4,600 employees;

Guaranteed maternity/paternity and adoption leave;

A strong grievance procedure to guarantee your rights;

Layoff (RIF) rights; 

An effective lobbying and political program that defends your rights in the legislature;

A Communications Department that provides timely news and analysis of developments affective you and your job;

Member benefits including discount programs; and

Access to stewards, Union Representatives and lawyers to answer questions and address workplace issues.

 

What You Should Know About The Anti-Worker Janus v. AFSCME U.S. Supreme Court Ruling

If you haven’t already, begin educating yourself today about what the Janus decision means—or supplement what you know already. Please also inform your co-workers about this Janus page and talk with them about what you learned and remind them of the importance of a union in their everyday life. You could make a difference. Every study shows that nothing is more effective than member-to-member communication.

Thanks in advance for visiting VSEA’s Janus webpage to ensure you are an informed union member. 
 

 

Show Your Facebook Friends You’re VSEA Strong With VSEA Facebook Profile Picture Frame!

You can set the frame to your profile picture here or you can following these directions:

  1. On a desktop, go to your Facebook profile.
     
  2. Hover over your Facebook profile picture and click, “Update Profile Picture”
     
  3. In the next menu, select, “Add Frame”
     
  4. Search for "VSEA" and select the color frame you would like to use, set the duration, and click “Use as Profile Picture”
     

Note: The following colors are available: Green, Gold, Black, White, and Green/Gold.

 

VSEA Insurance Benefits Enrollment

WIA was asked by VSEA Insurance 
Benefits Administrator, Joanne Woodcock, to include the following announcement:

  • Disability
  • Accident
  • Cancer
  • Hospital
  • Specified Health Event
  • Life Insurance
  • Payroll deducted

GREAT NEWS!  We’ve been working hard to make it easier for VSEA members to sign up for our insurance benefits.

You can now enroll anytime just by making an appointment.

The sign up is done remotely using your computer and speaking to me over the phone.
 
For more information email Joanne Woodcock here.

 

What is the VSEA Advantage Program?

Did you know?
The average VSEA member can save hundreds of dollars a year by taking advantage of some of the Members Only benefits offered through their union?

GET EXCLUSIVE OFFERS, DISCOUNTS & MORE

It’s free, just for being a Vermont State Employees’ Association PerksConnect member!

SIGN UP ON THE WEB FOR EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS

  1. Go to  VSEA.org  and login to your VSEA account. Don’t have an account? VSEA Members can sign up for a free account here!
     
  2. Once you have logged in, locate and click the yellow "Advantage Program" button on the lower left column of VSEA.org. You can also click here to be redirected to this page.
     
  3. At the top of the Advantage Program page, click the link that says "Click Here To Log Into The New VSEA Advantage Program". This will redirect you to the new Advantage Program website. Please note this link will not work unless you are logged into your VSEA.org account first.
     
  4. Select a category and start saving!

Present your VSEA union card, mobile device or printed coupons and offers at participating businesses and receive immediate discounts.

Don’t see what you are looking for?
Request a merchant by filling out the Vendor Information form here. Please note submissions are subject to approval.

Questions? Feel free to email vsea@ vsea.org

 

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