CURRENT UNION NEWS


Overcrowding at the Jobs Centers

The latest issues of The Chief-Leader featured SSEU Local 371 officers taking the City to task for not adequately staffing jobs centers, a long-standing complaint from Union members. Read it below:

Overcrowded, With OT Soaring Local 371: Job Centers Deluged, Staff Needed 

By DAVID SIMS

Prescription Drug Coverage

Recently members have received letters from Emblem Health regarding mail order prescriptions. The letters indicate that Medco would no longer supply home delivery for prescription drugs and effective January 1, 2012 Express Script Inc. would become the provider. This change ONLY affects those members with drug riders from Emblem Health.

VIDEO: Promoting the CASA Fight Back

Together with District Council 37, the Union is mounting a media campaign to stop the cuts in CASA. In our latest video, we profile SSEU Local 371 and Local 1549 members who went to Albany to tell the Governor’s Redesign Team: No cuts to CASA!

Happy Holidays!

The Union wishes all its members, retirees and their families a Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! 

DOI Investigations

The Union is aware that investigators from the New York City Department of Investigation are appearing at various work sites and questioning members regarding criminal investigations they are conducting. Members should be advised that when this occurs they should tell DOI investigators that they want to have an attorney present to represent them during any questioning.

Education and Experience Prep Course

UPDATE: The filing period has been extended to January 13, 2012. Please fill out the attached coupon and fax it to (212) 673-3813. 

The Chief Leader: Local 371 Lobbies Cuomo Medicaid Panel on CASA

The Chief-Leader this week reported on the Union’s trip to Albany. Read it below. 

Local 371 Lobbies Cuomo Medicaid Panel on CASA

VIDEO:In CASA Fight Back, Members Take Albany

Hundreds of members from SSEU Local 371 and DC 37 Local 1549 descended on Albany Dec. 13 to tell the Medicaid Redesign Team that eliminating the CASA program would be devastating for seniors and workers alike.

Syndicate content

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