CURRENT UNION NEWS


Employee Recognition Day Celebration

The Human Resources Administration (HRA) celebrated the employee recognition day for those workers who have 25 years of service. The event was held at District Council 37 headquarters. Over a hundred members of SSEU Local 371 were honored at the ceremony. In addition, 1 HRA employee was recognized for 55 years of service and 4 others for 50 years of service.

SSEU Local 371/Next Wave Launch Party "Mix&Mingle" Event

SSEU Local 371/Next Wave Committee is holding a launch party on Friday, May 11, at Katra Lounge on 217 Bowery Street, NYC, at 6 pm.

If you are 18-40 and a member of SSEU Local 371, then this event is for you. Come mix, mingle, and be part of the Union's Next Wave Movement!

VIP entry w/ No cover; 2 for 1 drink special!

Additions to Gross

This Union has been informed the Child & Family Specialist and Program Evaluator titles at ACS will receive the 5.47% contractual increase in the longevity on May 11.

Radio Ads to Save CASA, Continued

The Union's radio ads about saving the CASA program will air again on 1010WINS am tomorrow at the following times: 10:27 a.m., 6:47 p.m. and 9:47 p.m. Tune in if you can!

Radio Ads to Save CASA

The Union's radio ads about saving the CASA program will air on 1010WINS am today at the following times: 1:38 p.m., 5:38 p.m. and 8:07 p.m. Tune in if you can!

May 1 Lobby Day Press Conference

Peter Rivera will be doing a Press Conference about the Assault Bill on Tuesday, May 1 at 2:30 pm in the Press Room 130 at the Legislative Office Building. All SSEU Local 371 members who are in Albany should attend.

Reminder: May 1 Lobby Day

Reminder: Those who signed up for the May 1 DC 37 lobby day should arrive at the 140 Park Pl. entrance at DC 37 headquarters at 6:30 a.m. We will return by 7 p.m. If you cannot make it please contact SSEU Local 371 VP for Political Action Michelle Akyempong by calling the Union office. 

Assault Bill Press Conference Coverage

WNYC has a story on the Union's April 23 press conference with city officials including Deputy Mayor Linda Gibbs, urging the State Assembly to pass the Assault Bill. 

Syndicate content

Social Service Employees Union Local 371
AFSCME, AFL—CIO
817 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
©SSEU Local371|PRIVACY POLICY