The tentative job security agreement between the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) and the Malloy administration is being reviewed and finalized for publication. We will post the full tentative agreement once it is made available so that all state employees can review it ahead of membership meetings and ratification votes that will take place throughout June.
In the meantime, we have begun to post several video question-and-answer segments designed to help you better understand the agreement before you vote on it. The segments feature SEBAC chief negotiator Daniel Livingston and attorney Robert Krzys, a labor advocate and healthcare expert who assisted in the discussions that produced the framework.
Click here for the videos and be sure to check back daily, as we will post nearly 30 segments for your use.
As always, we appreciate members' patience during this process.
To learn more about SEBAC's campaign for a better budget and a livable state with great public services visit http://inthistogetherct.org/.