XYZ Pension January 26 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Register: Registration REQUIRED Camden County Council Education of Associations (CCCEA) invites you to join us on Wednesday, January 26th starting at 5pm. Light refreshments will be served. DETAILS Date: January 26 Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Event Category: Local Association VENUE Camden County Council of Education […]
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FREE COVID 19 TESTS FROM THE GOVERNMENT The White House has announced they have launched a special website and hot-line where Americans can order at-home COVID-19 test kits to be mailed to their home. Starting Wednesday, January 19th, anyone can go to the web site and arrange to have four (4) kits mailed to their home at no […]
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Several members seeking care at an Emergency Room have recently run into roadblocks with AmeriHealth paying the bill. Please review the attached flier. Contact Connor Strong if you encounter this. AHA_Where_to_get_care_HealthRules_Member
Don’t miss open enrollment: Nov. 5, 2020 – Jan. 5, 2021 ACT NOW! Help protect your paycheck and your family’s future NJEA recommends that all members consider this important insurance coverage, particularly in the event you use up all of your sick time. NJEA Income Protection Program (Disability Income and Critical Illness Insurance), issued by The […]
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Attention VTEA Members!
As a result of the recent "Janus" Supreme Court decision, our members are being approached by right-wing groups dedicated to degrading our Union. Their mandate is clear; convince union members that they can have the benefits of a union contract without having to pay dues. It's obvious that this model is unsustainable. If VTEA loses majority representative status, our contract can be nullified and the protections and benefits therein will be in extreme jeopardy!
Far be it from anyone one of us to dismiss that everyone could use more money in their paycheck. However, quitting the Association is not the way to go. It is only through a strong united unionized workforce that we can continue to gain the benefits and contract language that we all rely upon. I ask you to return the solicitations to the senders with a strong rebuke. "Don't Mess With My Union!"