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The Michigan State Employees Association (MSEA) has partnered with the Michigan Corrections Organization (MCO) and Senator John Cherry to introduce Senate Bills 165 - 166 -167.

Hello Brothers and Sisters, I hope all finds you and yours well in the beginning of 2024.

MSEA Delegates for the 44th AFSCME International Convention

 

  • Brent Heyer (DTMB)

 

  • Phil Potoki (DNR)

 

  • Keith Lounsberry (DNR)

 

  • Rick Edward (MDOC)

 

  • Tim Schutt (MDOT)

 

 

*Attention MSEA Members*

 

Effective immediately, the MSEA Central Office has resumed normal business operations and hours.

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the Central Office has reopened with strict safety protocols in place to protect both members and staff. Members needing assistance are asked to call the central office and schedule an appointment prior to entering the building.

 

The Michigan State Employees Association is hosting a golf outing to raise funds for our members in need. This event is open to the general public, our members and thier family and friends. The Gracewil Country Club in Grand Rapids, Michigan is hosting us this year and we will be leaving our registration open until July 1st 2024. The event will be a four person team scramble with a shotgun start at 9am. For more information please contact our Executive Assistant Jamie Lehman at [email protected] or (517)394-5900. 

Connecticut Rep. Jahana Hayes recently introduced a resolution calling on Congress to affirm its support for providing living wages, good benefits and fair working conditions to paraeducators, classroom assistants, bus drivers, custodial workers and others who are vital to our public education system.
AFSCME’s “I AM Story” podcast has received a nomination for an NAACP Image Award in the “Outstanding Podcast – Limited Series/Short Form” category.

Despite the growing wave of worker organizing across the country, the union membership rate last year ticked down slightly, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported today, underscoring the importance of initiatives like AFSCME’s Staff the Front Lines to fill job vacancies in the public sector.

For John Campion, a monitoring officer with AmeriCorps, the potential for a federal government shutdown beginning this month brings fear, insecurity and frustration.