Learn more about our scheduled holidays, our chapter inventory form, our Dec. 15 chapter meeting, virtual pension workshops and the DOE's extension of medical accommodations.
Learn more about our goal to establish an elected executive board, our inventory form to "map" our chapter members, remote work, grievances, longevity, terminal leave, caps on "saved" and "used" days, information about DCAS exams, buyouts and more.
Learn more about the implications of the Janus v. AFSCME decision, the UFT's outreach program for new members, how to register for the Sept. 8 Labor Day Parade, our 2018-19 chapter meeting dates and disciplinary procedures.
In exciting news, we now have an agreement with the DOE, as the result of a grievance filed by the UFT, that will allow administrative education officers and analysts to have their own chapter leader. The chapter leader will have one day per week of release time to represent members and manage chapter business. This is crucial to the development of our chapter.