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 the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC)'s vaccine "questions and answers" (Feb. 23, 2021).
 
Click here for SEBAC's update on Connecticut's new age-based vaccination plan (Feb. 22, 2021).
 
Click here for SEBAC's "frequently asked questions" about the vaccine (Feb. 8, 2021).
 
Click here for the federal labor department's guidance on mitigating COVID-19 in the workplace (Jan. 29, 2021).
 
Click here for the Department of Administrative Services (DAS)'s COVID-19 resources for state employees (Jan. 11, 2021).
 
Click here for the latest state agency guidance on absences, telework and work schedules (Oct. 29, 2020).
 
Click here for the Department of Administrative Services (DAS)' "Q&A" on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) (Sep. 21, 2020).
 
Click here for our coalition’s "Q&A" on state employee open enrollment plan choices (Sep. 4, 2020).
 
Click here for our "Q&A" on quarantine and illness policies (Aug. 25, 2020).
 
Click here for our legal counsel's memo on COVID-19 and employment rights (Jul. 27, 2020).
 
Click here for the coalition's agreement with the Lamont Administration on mandatory COVID-19 testing (Jun. 15, 2020).
 
Click here for the coalition’s agreement with the administration on returning to work (Jun. 15, 2020).
 
Click here for the official Judicial Branch website's COVID-19 updates page (Apr. 6, 2020).
 
Click here for our national union's COVID-19 resources for public employees (Mar. 21, 2020).
 
Click here for the official state COVID-19 website's state employees resources page (Mar. 19, 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 SEBAC's update on a consultant's workforce retirement "report" (Mar. 31, 2021). 
 
Click here for a report on the state budget and future workforce needs by experts (Mar. 15, 2021).
 
Click here for SEBAC's internal report on the governor's proposed 2021-22 state budget (Feb. 11, 2021).
 
Click here for the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC)’s retirement resources update (Jan. 4, 2021).
 
Click here for SEBAC leaders' response to the Office of Policy and Management (OPM)'s attempt to consolidate human resources functions (Nov. 4, 2020).
 
Click here for updates on the SEBAC v. Rowland lawsuit settlement (Mar., 2019).
 

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