Collective Bargaining Advisory Committee seeks help

Your help is needed in preparation for the next round of Executive Branch bargaining. It may sound odd, with the previous bargaining cycle not yet wrapped up, but the Collective Bargaining Advisory Committee has already started its work.

The CBAC advises, assists and gathers information in the collective bargaining process. While the CBAC is not exclusive to Executive Branch members, it is currently focused on the next round of Executive Branch bargaining. The first step the CBAC will take is to begin designing a bargaining survey that will be sent to members. That survey helps the CBAC, and eventually the Master Bargaining Team, to determine areas of focus in preparation for bargaining.

The team meets the first Monday of each month at 5 p.m. at the SEA/SEIU Local 1984 office, and all are invited to join. If you’re interested, you can send an email to Randy Hunneyman at If we’re to deliver a strong contract, we need more voices involved. We hope yours is one of them.

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