News of Interest

The risk-sharing provision of the Tier IV pension plan – which covers most state employees hired after 7/31/2017 – was implemented for the fi

On February 13th, Governor Lamont closed Executive Branch offices due to a snowstorm, and as he did in 2023, he is continuing to improperly apply the State's Telework agreement with the Union

Hartford, CT - SEBAC and our constituent unions are proud to continue to be strong advocates for our LGBTQA+ member with the latest modifications to expan

Approval of labor unions hit its highest level in 15 years, according to a survey released by Gallup.

The poll, whose results were announced today, shows that most Americans know unions remain the most effective vehicle for the power in numbers working people need to secure their rights and freedoms, as well as provide a pathway to the middle class. 

Retired State Employee and CSEA leader Mike O'Brien says it's time to stop the unfair, deceptive attacks on the rights of unionized public service workers.

In an editorial published by the Hartford Courant, O'Brien convincingly argues that attacking the pensions of current retirees is not only unconstitutional but an immoral idea to steal property from retirees.

A secure middle class depends not only on workers earning fair and stable incomes but also on their ability to sufficiently save for the future. When families live paycheck to paycheck, unexpected sickness or layoffs can spark years of compounding hardships. But when families can build up savings, they not only are able to prepare for such emergencies but also to plan to buy a home, send their children to college, start a business, or switch to a career better suited to their skills and needs, all of which help ensure an economically more secure future.