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Employees Association - Unit 9200 -
1947, CSEA Unit 9200 proudly
represents approximately 3,000 Westchester County government
professionals working in all County Departments. Professional CSEA members, working together, make Westchester
CSEA represents nearly 300,000 municipal employees throughout New York State.
CSEA Inc. celebrates over 104 Years of being one of the Most Influential
Unions in the U.S. Our
CSEA 9200 Union Workforce: We Make Westchester Work !
Having a union and the right to bargain
collectively with your employer is not an old-fashioned idea. Top
executives of every major corporation negotiate their own
compensation, retirement and severance packages with the companies
for which they work.
One page in a contract is worth more than a thousand promises. Click
here for more.
Unit 9200 Members are Urged to Vote in the Nov
Please Urge your Children aged 18 to Also Register and Vote
Urge your Friends to Register and Vote
Exercise Your Power and Vote in ALL Elections Pledge
to Vote from AFSCME
Another Reason to vote for NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli
the CLEAR Choice for
Re-Election to Protect YOUR Pension
Local 1000 shared CSEA Central Region 5's photo. Vote
Tom DiNapolit Nov 4 Election Day ! Endorsed by CSEA
members: This article about the State Comptroller's debate puts
into perspective why we MUST turn out and vote for Tom DiNapoli,
the only candidate standing up for retirement security for public
workers! PLEASE SHARE THIS!!! #CSEA #RetirementSecurity
Tom DiNapoli TV Ad
Tom DiNapoli, NYS Comptroller endorsed by both the CSEA and PEF
unions, talks about the value of the credentialed and qualified
CSEA workers in his office, the record high NYS Pension System fund
balance, and, at the 10 minute mark, defends the importance of
keeping the current Defined Benefit pension system we all
contributed to as municipal workers.
Tom DiNapoli: NYS
Pension Fund Rises to Estimated $180.7 BillionThe New York State Common Retirement Fund’s (Fund) value grew
to an estimated $180.7 billion in the first quarter ending June 30,
2014, according to New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.
The Fund had ended the state’s Fiscal Year 2014 on March 31 with a
value of $176.8 billion. The net growth in the value of the fund
reflects earnings over the quarter, offset by benefit payments.
In August, it lowered
contribution rates by 0.8 percent for most municipal and state
workers and 1.3 percent for police and firefighters.
Seventy eight percent (78%) of retirees with a NYS pension stay
right here in New York after retiring. Those retiree funds
keep adding to the local economies.
Hourlies Need Unions Also: 98 Minute Wait for Medical Care
audio report also The laborer, assigned to the Chicago plant that afternoon in November
2011 by a temporary staffing agency, was showered with the solution
after it erupted from the open hatch of a 500-gallon chemical tank
he was cleaning. Factory bosses, federal investigators would later
contend, refused to call an ambulance as he awaited help, shirtless
and screaming. He arrived at Loyola only after first being driven to
a clinic by a co-worker.
your Elected Representative in Washington, DC
This quick web page from Contacting the Congress identifies your representative.
All you need is your full zip code (some areas need Zip
+ 4). Check
Job and Test Postings Grievance Validated:
The requirement to post
ALL job and test opportunities (regardless of the department
offering the opportunity)
on bulletin boards, by Westchester County, in a conspicuous place,
in ALL departments, for ALL employees,
is per page 9 of our
current contract, Art IV, Sec 1, Part G.
If you don't see
Job and Test Postings in your department, and later learn that people have been
promotions, please notify the CSEA Unit Office at (914)
995-2151 or stop in and tell us the information. Full
Story on this link
Public service workers are not the
problem. Attacking public service workers will not create
Attacking public service workers will not solve the problem of
trying to save
the vital public services that so many rely on.
Click the button above
to see the video.
it means to have a union; a perspective from the West coast of the
To be a union member is to be a "caretaker of a great
inheritance," .... "We're lucky we've had people come
before us who built something out of nothing. We're watching over
what someone else built and keeping it strong so we can pass it on
to our kids." "When 100 people are pulling on
that rope, it's easier than with 10 people." StoryStory
as pdf file
CSEA Awareness Campaign: Electronic Notices in Westchester Spotted on Electronic Ad Signs at White Plains Parking
Click for Large Views; See Photos/ Labor Walk page for
Union Office Address:
Service Employees Association
CSEA Unit 9200 - Westchester Employees Union 112
East Post Road, Suite 428 4th Floor
Plains, New York, 10601-3311
Hours: 8 AM to 5 PM (if visiting; call first
to make sure)Phone
(914) 995-2151 Fax (914) 995-5629
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