Public Employees

Note - updates on the impact of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak on members of the unions in the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) will be linked here.
 
Click here for SEBAC’s statement on legal action over the telework agreement with Gov. Lamont’s administration (Jul. 8, 2021). 
 
Click here for the Department of Administrative Services (DAS)'s COVID-19 resources for state employees (Jun. 11, 2021).
 
Click here for the federal labor department's guidance on mitigating COVID-19 in the workplace (Jun. 10, 2021).
 
Click here for the Judicial Branch website's COVID-19 updates page (May 18, 2020).
 
Click here for our national union's COVID-19 resources for public employees (Sep., 2020).
 
Click here for our legal counsel's memo on COVID-19 and employment rights (Jul. 27, 2020).
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AFT Connecticut represents thousands working in the state's executive and judicial branches, career and technical education system, colleges and universities, as well as for several local municipalities. Our federation is also part of the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC), which serves to unite all 15 unions representing approximately 40,000 full and part-time Connecticut state workers.
 
Click here for updates on the SEBAC v. Rowland lawsuit settlement (Jun. 21, 2021).
 
Click here for SEBAC’s statement on raises for managerial state employees (Jul. 15, 2021).

Click here for SEBAC's latest pension and healthcare changes Q&A. (Feb. 23, 2021).

Stipulated agreement concerning "late" removal of dependents

A state employee's divorce may end a former spouse's eligibility for family medical coverage. A penalty may have to be paid if the spouse is not promptly removed from the state's health insurance plan.

SEBAC Longevity Grievance Hearing

The State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) grievance on management receiving a longevity payment when unionized employees did not, will be heard by Arbitrator Roberta Golick on Dec. 13, 2012.

Republican theft of pension funds led to current crisis

Pensions work better than a 401(k) when they are funded properly. But what happens when a state or city underfunds their pension system?

Experts Correct Myths about Public Employee Pensions

In politics and policymaking, the facts aren't always convenient. Such is the case with public employee defined-benefit retirement plans and the policymakers who want to dismantle them.

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