Worker’s For Justice
Connecticut’s workers’s are committed to fighting for justice – economic and racial.
IN THE PRESS
- Statement of SEBAC Leadership on the Killing of George Floyd and Racial JusticeOn behalf of 45,000 state employees represented through SEBAC, many of them staffing the front lines in the struggle to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to raise our voice in unequivocal condemnation of our nation’s oldest pandemic – racism. Continue reading “Statement of SEBAC Leadership on the Killing of George Floyd and Racial Justice”
- SEBAC Union Leadership Comments on Meeting with Administration (Updated 5.9.20)Coalition Update:as of May 9, 2020 To All State Employee Unions: On May 1st, in response to questions about contractual raises due to state employees in the next fiscal year, Governor Lamont publicly stated his administration’s intent to meet withContinue reading “SEBAC Union Leadership Comments on Meeting with Administration (Updated 5.9.20)”
- Union Rights and Collective Bargaining Just Saved Connecticut $1.7 BillionComptroller Kevin Lembo recently issued the state’s first annual SEBAC Savings Analysis Report, detailing how the 2017 State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) agreement has saved Connecticut $1.7 billion since 2018. Click here to read Comptroller Lembo’s report and click here to readContinue reading “Union Rights and Collective Bargaining Just Saved Connecticut $1.7 Billion”
We are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing essential services at risk to our own health.
We serve Connecticut in a wide array of services from transportation, public health and safety, to environmental protections, education, mental health and developmental services and beyond.
We collaborate with allied organizations for progressive causes on behalf of all of Connecticut’s working families.
There’s a lot of noise out there–make sure that you are getting the facts about the issues important to you.
- Social Security
- Pensions & 401(k)s
- SEBAC Contracts
- State Employee Raises
- Collective Bargaining
“Pensions aren’t sustainable”
“Social Security is an entitlement”
“State employees make too much money”
SEBAC By The Numbers
in recent state employee givebacks
unions across CT