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July 20, 2022 CASE Files

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Welcome to this week’s CASE Files, part of our commitment to keep you up-to-date on our work to increase your salary, improve and protect your benefits, and to aggressively represent your interests in every forum where your employment and professional interests are at stake.

CASE BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ UPDATE 
CASE Unveils New Website. The Board is pleased to invite you to visit the new-and-improved CASE Website. More intuitive, easier to use, and still filled with resources for all Unit 2 legal professionals. Members enjoy additional content in our Member Resource Center. The Member Resource Center contains CASE Files and Bargaining Report archives as well as links to CASE group insurance plans, consumer discounts, and more. To access the Member Resource Center, use the password: membersmatter22.

2022 CASE BOARD CANDIDATE NOMINATION PETITIONS AVAILABLE. Last Friday, members received information about the upcoming 2022 CASE Board of Directors Election, including nomination information. Missed the email? You can read about the election calendar, available positions, and more here.

NEWS YOU CAN USE:
California state attorneys, scientists seek raises of 30% and more in contract talks. Last week, The Sacramento Bee highlighted the bargaining action in the six units currently at the table with CalHR, including Unit 2. CASE President Tim O’Connor noted, “We’re losing members because the pay isn’t high enough to keep up, and that’s going to be extremely damaging for the state of California.” 

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Your Voice Matters. It’s vital that the people of California – and leaders in Sacramento – understand what you do for them. Our fight isn’t just about improving your salary and benefits so you can better provide for your families and future. Our fight is about preserving California’s values – protecting natural resources, enhancing opportunity, and more. Share your story today.

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