VSEA’s Week In Action Newsletter: May 24, 2019


This Memorial Day 2019, VSEA Remembers Those Who Sacrificed Everything​


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Status Of Important VSEA Budget Items & Bills, As 2019 Session Draws To Close. ESD Positions Saved! 

NOTE: As WIA is publishing, the Senate and House have still not reached agreement on the minimum wage and FMLA bills. The information below on these two bills may soon change.

As the legislative is coming to a close (so they say…), VSEA’s legislative team worked hard this week to produce this summary of where the budget issues and bills important to VSEA members are as WIA is publishing. As you’ll see, most of the news so far has been pretty good for VSEA members and retirees. 

VSEA Budget Issues:
ESD Positions Saved!
On The Table: The House budget accepted the Governor’s proposal to cut $1.6 million from the Parent Child Centers and allow DCF ESD employees to administer Reach-Up benefits for all clients in Vermont. The Senate budget cut ESD staff by $1.2 million and cut the Parent Child Centers by $400,000. 
End result: House proposal was accepted, which cuts funding to the Parent Child Centers, but the $1.6 million cut was mitigated by increasing the Parent Child Center’s master grant by $1.3 million. 
As such, there will be no RIFs in ESD resulting from this year’s budget!
Woodside Keeping Its Doors Open!
On The Table: The Senate budget proposed to cut Woodside’s $6.3 million budget by $525,000; however, it also mitigated the cut with $200,000 in one-time “bridge” funding. The House budget fully funded Woodside. 
End Result: Woodside’s budget was cut by $460,000, but also included was an additional $260,000 in one-time “bridge” funding. Language was included in the budget to allow Woodside to collect reimbursement from the Education Fund for education-related expenses, further mitigating the impact of the loss to the General Fund. 
DCF Family Services Division Gets More Employees
On The Table: The House and Senate Appropriations Committees drafted competing proposals to help DCF ‘s Family Services Division employees cope with increasing caseloads. The House proposed creating Human Services Case Aide positions, while the Senate created Family Service Worker positions. 
End Result: Opted to create seven Family Service Worker positions and transfer two vacancies from ESD for an additional two Family Service Workers. 
Funding Increased For Vermont State Colleges 
On The Table: The Governor’s budget included a $3 million (11%) increase in state funding for the Vermont State Colleges. The House accepted the Governor’s proposed $3 million increase. The Senate approved a $2.5 million increase for the Vermont State Colleges. 
End Result: Agreed to a $2.5 million increase, with an additional $500,000 in one-time money. 

Salisbury Fish Hatchery Saved!
The House and Senate both rejected the Governor’s proposal to close the Salisbury Fish Hatchery. The House and Senate agreed to raise fishing license costs by $2 and appropriate $160,000 from the General Fund to keep the fish hatchery open for FY20. 

Status Of Other Key VSEA Bills:

Here, listed below, are updates on additional key bills that VSEA was monitoring throughout the session, including how they resolved—or didn’t–or didn’t yet: 
New State Government Positions
S. 134 passes, creating 30 new Correctional Officer I positions in the Department of Corrections. The bill, which now heads to the Governor’s desk for his approval, also contains language requiring new studies on the use and potential misuse of temporary positions in state government.
Arbitration Bill’s Future Rests With Governor
H. 16 includes language to grant VSEA members in the Executive Branch and the Department of State’s Attorneys and Sheriffs access to neutral arbitration in the “last-best-offer” phase of contract negotiations. The bill passed out of the House successfully last Friday and is headed to the Governor’s desk for his approval.
Minimum Wage Rising But Unclear Yet How Much
On Wednesday morning, VSEA’s partners provided the following update on the livable wage legislation that is currently being considered at the State House. The Senate took rapid action on Tuesday to set aside work on its initial minimum wage bill, S. 23, and instead amended a House Bill, H.351 with a proposal to raise the minimum wage to $12.50 by 2021 (with an increase to $12.50 by 2021 and an increase to $12.50 in the following year).
As of Wednesday afternoon, some members of the House Commerce Committee are suggesting a counterproposal that would see the minimum wage raised to $15.52 by 2026. Legislators from both chambers are meeting to discuss both proposals.
Family Leave Bill’s Future Unclear
As of Wednesday afternoon, the Senate is holding H. 107, the Family and Medical Leave bill, back from its third and final reading as a part of ongoing negotiations with the House on the competing minimum wage proposals. Our coalition partners suggest that the resolution to this impasse is “unclear at this time.”
Capital Bill Funds Exploration Of New Prison & MSRF Replacement
The Capital Bill, a bill that governs the construction of State properties now:

  • Includes “$200,000.00 to assess relative costs and resource requirements for potential construction of a correctional facility” in line with the results of an as-yet-to-be-completed Council of State Governments’ study on Vermont’s correctional facilities, but notes that “the funds shall only become available after approval by the Joint Fiscal Committee and the Joint Legislative Justice Oversight Committee.” 
  • “Details that that study is to assess the population trends and programming in the State’s corrections system,” and says the report “shall inform infrastructure needs for State correctional facilities.” As a part of the study, the State will “conduct a review of programming, transitional services, and population trends in Vermont’s correctional facilities. The review may include an evaluation of the women’s population in Vermont and the programming and services needed to meet their needs, the detention population, and barriers that exist to reducing the population.” 
  • Continues to include language stating the intent of the Legislature to replace the Middlesex Secure Residential Facility with a State-owned, 16-bed Secure Residential Facility. The bill now also requires reports to multiple legislative committees on the mental health needs of the State, and authorizes the commencement of negotiations with Rutland Regional Medical Center for up to eight interim beds if, in the opinion of the Secretary of Human Services, the analysis of state needs supports the need for such beds.


Solidarity Prevails!
No ESD Cuts!


Call Governor TODAY to Ensure VSEA Members Get a Fair Shake at the Bargaining Table

VSEA sent out an action alert this morning, asking members and retirees to call the Governor’s office to urge him to sign H. 16; legislation that would guarantee VSEA members have access to a neutral arbitrator in contract negotiations. The legislature passed the bill and sent it to the Governor’s desk for his signature. 

Here’s a reminder of what the alert asked:

Please take 30 seconds—on your break, and on your own phone—to call the Governor’s Office at
(802) 828-3333 and leave this message: 

“Please sign H 16. I support arbitration for first responders and state employees.”

This bill will help ensure that the final outcome of bargaining for many VSEA members is determined by somebody your union helps choose, rather than somebody appointed solely by the Administration.
YOUR CALLS helped get this bill passed through the legislature and now we need your help one more time to get this bill signed.

See The Red Sox With Your Union! 

Order Your Tickets Today!

Saturday, June 8

Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays

$111.00 Per Person. Includes a ride to the park and a ticket to the game.

Bus Pick-Up Locations: 
Waterbury – 7:00 am 
White River Junction – 8:00 am 

To Purchase Tickets, or if you have questions, please contact either: Bob South at VSEA: 
bsouth@vsea.org, 802- 223-5247 or Sue DeVoid at VSEA: 

Payment must be received before tickets are released. 

No refunds on purchased tickets.

Monday, June 3, Is The Deadline To Submit Your District Board Of Trustee Candidate Petition!

Monday, June 3, 2019, is the deadline for interested VSEA members to submit a petition to run for one of the following VSEA Board of Trustee District seats:

  • District 1 Trustee (Central Vermont, Barre)
  • District 2 Trustee (Waterbury, Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital)
  • District 5 Trustee (Bennington, Rutland)

Also, VSEA members interested in running to be a VSEA officer have until July 16, 2019, to submit a candidate petition to be:

  • President
  • First Vice President
  • Second Vice President
  • Clerk
  • Treasurer

TODAY Is The Deadline To Be Considered For Vacant NMU Bargaining Team Seats

VSEA Non-Management Unit Chairperson Bob Stone is reminding that the NMU Bargaining Team is actively looking to fill three vacant seats, representing state employees working in:

  • Building Maintenance;
  • Data Processing; and
  • Labor / Education 

 VSEA NMU members interested in any of the above positions are asked to send a letter or email of interest by 4:00 p.m. today to:
Bob Stone
NMU Chairperson
c/o VSEA 
155 State St.
Montpelier, VT 05602
Email: bob272vsea@gmail.com

Note: NMU members specifically working in one of the groups looking to fill a vacancy will be given priority for consideration.

Reminder: June Council Meeting Date Change!

VSEA First Vice President Aimee Towne is reminding Council members that the June 13 Council meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, June 26. The meeting will be held at Vermont Technical College (VTC).

For more information or if you have questions please email VSEA First Vice President Aimee Towne: ATowne@vsea.org

VSEA Members Set To Rally In Burlington On May 30 Against Scott Walker!

The Vermont labor community will be rallying and picketing outside the Hilton Hotel in Burlington on May 30. That night, ex-Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is speaking at a fundraiser there. VSEA members will remember that, during his tenure as Wisconsin’s governor, Walker was notoriously anti-union and anti-worker, especially when it came to his treatment of public employees, which is a major reason VSEA is participating in the rally.    

NEW! If you are coming to the picket and want to meet up with other VSEA members and retirees, come to the William Wells statue in Burlington’s Battery Park at 4:50 p.m. From there, the VSEA contingent will march together to the stage area in a show of solidarity. Members and retirees are being urged to wear something that identifies you as VSEA.

Here’s how the evening is going to go:

  • Meet in front of Battery Park stage – 5:00 p.m.
  • March to Hilton – 5:30 p.m.
  • Picket in front of hotel and rally across street
  • Picket / rally concludes at 7:15 p.m. 

Here are reasons to join the picket.

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If You’re Barbecuing On Memorial Day…

70% Of Vermont’s Exempt State Employees Opt For Defined Benefit Pension Plan

A few weeks back, WIA shared a piece about a majority of Pennsylvania lawmakers, who were given a choice between remaining in a defined benefit pension plan or going into a 401(k) pension plan, opting to remain in their defined benefit plan, even after voting to make the 401(k) plan mandatory for new hires to state government. This made WIA wonder how many exempt Vermont state employees have switched to the 401(k) plan from the defined benefit plan, since, according to a March 2019 memo from the Treasurer’s Office, lawmakers first put the offer on the table in 2000. 

Treasurer’s March 2019 "Defined Contribution Trend Data" Memo To House Leader

With the constant drum beat by some Vermont anti-union, think-tank wonks to make 401(k) pension plans mandatory for new hires, or even existing employees, its heartening to know that, in 2018, 70% of eligible "non-classified, exempt" state employees opted to stay in the defined benefit pension plan, given a choice.

The Treasurer’s data supports VSEA’s steadfast belief that defined benefit pension plans are far more desirable to Vermonters then 401(k)s.  

NMU Sick Leave Bank Nearly Bankrupt!

It’s open enrollment time to donate some hours to the NMU Sick Leave Bank, which is on the brink of bankruptcy and needs your help.  

Please consider donating as much Annual and/or Personal leave as you are able to contribute.

Donating an hour of your time can mean the world to a fellow employee, who, along with their families, are struggling due to serious health issues.

Please print the Sick Leave Bank Donation Form, complete it, and forward it to your Human Resources Administrator between now and June 30, 2019.

Many thanks to those who previously donated time to the Sick Leave Bank. Your generosity is making a difference!

Reserve Your Room Now For VSEA’s 2019 Annual Meeting At Okemo 

VSEA’s Annual Meeting is September 14, 2019, which is approaching quickly. The Special Events Committee is letting VSEA members know that you can reserve a room now through a special link created by Okemo.

VSEA members will need to use a special rate code for the event, which is:


Reserve Room Now Here! 

Room types available:

  • Inn Room (occupancy 2-4)
    1 to 2 nights = $159 per night
    3 nights = $144.54
  • Studio (occupancy 2-4)
    1 to 2 nights = $173 per night
    3 nights = $157.27
  • One-Bedroom (occupancy 2-6)
    1 to 2 nights = $195 per night
    3 nights = $177.63
  • Two-Bedroom (occupancy 4-6)
    1 to 2 nights = $235 per night
    3 nights = $213.63

The Committee is also sharing that there are two things members identified in the survey as important discussions to be conducted at Annual Meeting, including a review, discussion and vote on the union’s operating budget and a celebration of "surviving the Janus decision." 

The Committee is reminding members to keep an eye out in future WIAs for more 2019 Annual Meeting updates.

"Annual Meeting 2019" Facebook Event Page

AFLAC Enrollment – Sign up through VSEA!

WIA was asked by VSEA Benefits Administrator, Joanne Woodcock, to include the following in this week’s newsletter:

VSEA Insurance Benefits is now making the following Aflac insurance policies available to VSEA members!

View this full flyer ad! (PDF)

Set Up An Appointment Here!

* Certain face amounts may not be available. Underwriting requirements apply. ** Subject to certain conditions and payment of claims is subject to all policy limitations and exclusions and pre-existing conditions. 
This is a brief product overview for illustrative purposes only. Benefits and/or premiums may vary based on the state and benefit option selected. Riders may be available for an additional premium. Policies described herein have limitations and exclusions that may affect benefits payable. For costs and complete details of the coverage, contact your Aflac insurance agent/producer. Individual coverage is underwritten by American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus.  
WWHQ | 1932 Wynnton Road, Columbus, GA 31999 | aflac.com

Learn more about VSEA Insurance benefits online!

Quote Of
The Week!


"They may take our lives, but they’ll never take our house plants."

Florida Department of Management Services’ employee’s posted a response to a memo, informing workers that "Boston ferns, peace lilies and palms may be banned from the offices…" As reported this week in the Tallahassee Democrat.


Upcoming Meetings:


Employee Appreciation Day Event

  • NEK / St. Johnsbury Chapter  
    Wednesday, June 19

    11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    District DCF / P&P Offices
    1016 U.S. Route 5
    St. Johnsbury

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

Organizer’s Worksite Meeting

  • AOE – Barre  
    Thursday, May 30

    12:00 p.m. 
    Barre City Place
    Second Floor Conference Room

    Questions: Contact VSEA Organizer Danielle Warner: dwarner@vsea.org


Talking Points:


IL Lawmakers Push To Make Assaulting A Social Worker A Class 1 Felony

The Southern Illinoisan reports this morning that a group of state lawmakers is urging the Senate to pass a bill to increase the penalties for attacks on state social workers employed by the Department of Children and Family Services.

The bill, in response to the death of DCFS caseworker Pam Knight early last year in Whiteside County, makes it a Class 1 felony to batter a DCFS worker in the performance of official duties — the same protections against battery are given to police, firefighters and peace officers.

“The job of DCFS investigators is difficult, thankless and dangerous,” says Sen. Brian Stewart, who sponsored the bill in the Senate. “Right now, police officers, firefighters and other peace officers are protected by the law. DCFS investigators should have the same protections.”

Note: In 2016, with VSEA DCF workers’ lobbying and support, the  VT legislature passed S. 154, which aligned "charges and penalties related to assaulting a social worker to that of assaulting a police officer, first responder, or medical provider – all which carry a stronger penalty than assault of an average person. 

Privatization Fail. Michigan Returns State Employees To Work In Prison Kitchens & Problems "Drop Dramatically"

The Detroit Free Press published a story this week, titled, "Problem-Plagued Prison Kitchens Better After Private Contracts End, Officials Say" 

From the story:

Problems have dropped dramatically 10 months after the state of Michigan ended a privatization experiment and returned state employees to prison kitchens, according to the Corrections Department.

During the 56 months that Aramark Correctional Services and later Trinity Services Group ran the kitchens under multimillion-dollar contracts, the Corrections Department had to issue "stop orders" to 412 of their employees, banning them from prison property for various infractions such as smuggling or getting too familiar with prisoners, for an average of 7.4 such orders per month, spokesman Chris Gautz told the Free Press.

Since state employees returned, there have been 16 stop orders, or an average of 1.6 per month, Gautz said.

The kitchens are also cleaner and more fully staffed and the meals are much more likely to be served on time, Gautz said.

Gautz said one of the biggest changes is "dramatically lower staff turnover," compared with when kitchen contractors were used.

"Trinity and Aramark both churned through employees constantly," he said. As a result, "you had people with only a few weeks of experience showing the ropes to the newest employee off the street."

Note: VSEA has been asking lawmakers for years to explore putting prisoner health care back in the hands of state employees, as opposed to a private contractor.

Pro Women Hockey Players Form Union

The Associated Press reported this week on a recent decision by more than 200 of the world’s top women’s hockey players to form a union.

The Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association said  paperwork was filed last Friday to help push for the creation of a "single, viable women’s professional league in North America."

The association made it clear it wants a league that provides health insurance, money and infrastructure along with support for training programs.

"We are prepared to stop playing for a year, which is crushing to even think about, because we know how important a sustainable league will be to the future of women’s sports," Canadian national team goalie Shannon Szabados said. "We know we can make this work, and we want the chance to try."

Video Game Developers Get Ready To Say "Union Yes!"

Bloomberg Law reports this week that video game developers working at some of the nation’s largest gaming studios are gearing up to begin a drive to organize themselves under the banner "Game Workers Unite!" Long hours, unpredictable schedules and "precarious security" are some of the workers’ primary reasons to organize. 

From the story:

Multiple organizing campaigns are underway at gaming studios that haven’t been made public, one organizer, who goes by Emma Kinema, said.

It’s a fast-paced development coming only about a year after the first mumblings of unionizing began in earnest during a game developers conference, according to Kinema, who’s affiliated with Game Workers Unite!—a worker-run advocacy group that’s laying the groundwork for unionizing.

“We saw that vacuum, we saw that need, and we just started running,” said Kinema, who goes by a pseudonym for fear of reprisal at her job in the industry.

The GWU volunteer estimates that the group has thousands of members spread across more than two dozen domestic and international chapters. The group doesn’t have an official membership count and hasn’t disclosed the companies where members work.

The last time organized labor attempted to break into a tech-heavy entertainment space, it didn’t go well. A 2012 bid by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees to organize visual effects workers at Sony and other studios fizzled out.

This Week:

VSEA Week In Action Not Publishing Next Week

Status Of Important VSEA Budget Items & Bills, As 2019 Session Draws To Close. ESD Positions Saved! 

Call Governor TODAY to Ensure VSEA Members Get a Fair Shake at the Bargaining Table

See The Red Sox With Your Union!

TODAY Is The Deadline To Submit Your District Board Of Trustee Candidate Petition!

Reminder: June Council Meeting Date Change!

VSEA Members Set To Rally In Burlington On May 30 Against Scott Walker!

If You’re Barbecuing On Memorial Day…

70% Of Vermont’s Exempt State Employees Opt For Defined Benefit Pension Plan

NMU Sick Leave Bank Nearly Bankrupt!

Reserve Your Room Now For VSEA’s 2019 Annual Meeting At Okemo

AFLAC Enrollment – Sign up through VSEA!




May 27
Memorial Day Holiday

May 28
Union Rep @ Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility
7 Farrell St,
South Burlington
7:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. 

May 28
Child & Elder Care Committee Meeting
155 State Street
9:00 a.m. 

May 28
NMU Executive Team Conference Call

May 30
Organizer’s Worksite Meeting: AOE
Barre City Place
Second Floor Conference Room
12:00 p.m.

May 30
Rally w/ Labor Against Scott Walker
Hilton Hotel
60 Battery Street
5:30 p.m.

June 3
Candidate Petition Deadline: District Trustee

June 6
Board of Trustees’ Meeting 
155 State Street
9:00 a.m.

June 8
VSEA Day @ Fenway 


Talking Points:


IL Lawmakers Push To Make Assaulting A Social Worker A Class 1 Felony

Privatization Fail. Michigan Returns State Employees To Work In Prison Kitchens & Problems "Drop Dramatically"

Pro Women Hockey Players Form Union

Video Game Developers Get Ready To Say "Union Yes!"




Need To Contact A VSEA Staff Person Directly But Need The Number?​

State Employees Who Are Threatened On The Job Should File "eAlert" Form

Strength In Numbers! VSEA Membership Drive 2019 Now Underway!

Told You’re Being Investigated?
Watch This Video!

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

Getting Ready To Retire? Retired Already? Join The VSEA Retired Members’ Chapter!

What Is The VSEA Advantage Program?


Need To Contact A VSEA Staff Person Directly But Need The Number? 

VSEA HQ is reminding members and retirees of each staff person’s direct phone number, in the event you know who you need to talk with but you don’t know their direct phone number.

Here’s the staff direct line list

State Employees Who Are Threatened On The Job Should File "eAlert" Form

We are reminding members that there is an online form to fill out if you are threatened while at work

Find The State’s “eAlert” Homepage Here
Important: Once you land on the eAlert page, you will see an entry labeled “threat” in the menu provided. Click on it and you land on a page with written instructions and fields to complete.
In November 2017, the current Secretary of the Administration sent the State’s “Workplace Safety and Security” policy to state employees, and VSEA members are encouraged to read through the different policies, examples and responses, prior to an actual event occurring.

VSEA Membership Drive 2019
Now Underway!

Strength In Numbers!

A reminder that your union’s 2019 membership-recruitment drive is underway. Rewards for recruiting new members between now and September 1!

  • 2 new members – Dunkin Donuts gift card;
  • 5 new members – VSEA insulated coffee mug; or
  • 10 new members – $50 VISA gift card!

Bonus! Recruit a new member and receive an entry in a drawing to win one of four $300 prizes to be awarded at VSEA’s 2019 Annual Meeting! Each new recruit earns you an additional entry! Just be sure to have your recruits add your name in the "Recruited By" line of the VSEA Membership Application.
More Membership Drive Information Here!

Need a quick reference to help with your recruiting? You can view an informational webpage with some recruitment tips and advice here.

If you have any questions, or want a list of non-members in your area, please contact VSEA Director of Operations and Organizing Amy Kinsell by email: akinsell@vsea.org

Told You’re Being Investigated? Watch This Video!

It is important that every VSEA member knows his or her rights when it comes to union representation in investigatory meetings. Union representation at these meetings is a cornerstone of the labor movement. Your right to representation—as outlined in your contract and, in some cases, labor law—can be complicated.

Please take a few minutes on a break to watch the video, and know that the information being relayed could very well save your job someday. Remember, as a VSEA member, you are entitled to no-cost representation in investigatory meetings that may lead to discipline. Non-members, however, must now pay a rate of $250 to $350 per-hour for the same level of representation!

More: Know Your Union Rights

Not currently a VSEA member?
You can sign up online.

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.​

Learn More On VSEA.org

Getting Ready To Retire? Retired Already? Join The VSEA Retired Members’ Chapter!

Long-time VSEA activist and leader Terry Lefebvre asked Council members getting ready to retire to join the VSEA Retirees’ Chapter to continue to be an active and engaged union member, even in retirement. Lefebvre also appealed to Council members to talk up the Chapter to co-workers they know who might be preparing to retire. 
With a possible fight looming on retirement security, Lefebvre stressed the importance to build the Chapter to be able to mobilize large numbers of past state workers to protect and defend the benefits they bargained to win over decades.

If you already belong to the Retired Members’ Chapter, a big thanks to you.
Learn More Here About The VSEA Retired Members’ Chapter

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!


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

Learn More!

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