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ACSS to meet and confer re: SCIF consolidation discrepancies

Posted: 1/12/2012 Tags: Tags Views: 1021

In 2010, SCIF sent your ACSS a 3-year Office Consolidation plan.

Upon receiving the 2012 site-to-site schedule, your ACSS labor team noticed some discrepancies from the original plan. We have officially requested a meet and confer with SCIF to address those discrepancies.

SCIF noted at least one error in the 2012 schedule:

"I do want to point out one error: The Internal Audit move from Sacramento to Vacaville is listed for Jan. 6, 2012. This move ... has been moved back to sometime around mid-May. No definite date has been set to my knowledge."

If you have any concerns or questions regarding the consolidation schedule, please contact ACSS Senior Labor Relations Representative Nellie Lynn ASAP at nlynn@calcsea.org


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ACSS to meet and confer re: SCIF layoff plan

Posted: 1/12/2012 Tags: layoff membership rights Tags Views: 1051

Your ACSS labor team received this notice from SCIF regarding staffing reductions scheduled to take effect April 30, 2012.

To preserve your rights and address the concerns of our members, ACSS has officially requested a meet and confer with SCIF to discuss the layoff plan.

If you have any concerns or questions regarding the reductions, please contact ACSS Senior Labor Relations Representative Nellie Lynn ASAP at nlynn@calcsea.org


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DSS Meet and Confer

Posted: 1/10/2012 Tags: membership rights Tags Views: 2086

Your ACSS received notice of intent of the Department of Social Services (DSS) Community Care Licensing Division to reorganize the Adult and Senior Care Program.

Specifically staff currently assigned responsibilities only to Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly or only to Adult Community Care Facilities will now have a mixed assignment. The reorganization may impact the terms and conditions of employment for affected employees.

To preserve your rights and address the concerns of our members, ACSS requested a meet and confer with DSS to discuss the reorganization plan.

If you have any concerns or questions regarding the implementation of the reorganization, please contact ACSS Senior Labor Relations Representative Nellie Lynn ASAP at nlynn@calcsea.org


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Do you use the ACSS calendar?

Posted: 1/9/2012 Tags: Tags Views: 945

The ACSS calendar is chock full of meetings, worksite visits, and other events that affect state supervisors, managers, and confidential employees.

Check it out now: www.acss.org/events

Bookmark the page, check back often, and spread the word to co-workers and friends.


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Seeing double? Seeing double?

Posted: 1/6/2012 Tags: Tags Views: 952

Over the holidays you may have received two emails from ACSS that contained very similar--and dated--news items. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

We're testing out a new system to improve the speed with which we get important news in front of you, and our new service provider had some issues that caused the errors.

We're working to iron out the remaining bugs and hope to soon have a speedy, effective means of getting the information that matters delivered to you on a regular basis.

Stay tuned, and thanks for understanding.


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Gov's budget cuts another 3,000 positions

Posted: 1/6/2012 Tags: budget election governor layoff prison Tags Views: 1354

Gov. Brown's 2012-2013 budget was released this week, and it includes several cuts that will directly impact state employees, first among them the elimination of another 3,000 state employee positions on top of the 15,000 positions cut in the 2011-2012 budget.

At a press conference covering the budget release, Director of Finance Ana Matosantos stated that "many" of the 3,000 positions to be cut will be within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), and that the "goal is to redirect employees to facilities that have vacancies and minimize layoffs to the extent possible." According to the budget, CDCR's budget will be cut by $1.1 billion, or 18%. Read more after the jump.


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