CASE BOARD OF DIRECTORS UPDATE
Tracking Return-to-Office Mandate Impacts. CASE continues to receive notices from Departments regarding revised in-office requirements. Notices are shared with members in affected departments via email. Your feedback on the impact of return-to-office mandates is invaluable in helping CASE prepare to meet and confer with departments and agencies as well as preparing grievances and for arbitration as necessary. Consider sharing the impact of the proposed policy changes with us via this form.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
News of interest to Unit 2 legal professionals:
- Return to office: State workers say looming mandate would cost more than money – The Sacramento Bee via The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
- Opinion: CalEPA made a bad decision in forcing 5,000 employees back into the office twice a week – The Sacramento Bee via Yahoo News
- Woman accused of leading $8M retail theft scheme targeting beauty products, California AG says – Sacramento Bee via Yahoo News
It’s never too early to plan for retirement. That’s why the CalPERS blog, PERSpectives, recently posted, “Hey Millennials, Plan Your Financial Future With These 4 Steps.” The retirement fund suggests millennials – folks born between 1981 and 1996 – take these steps:
- Understand your CalPERS benefits.
- Run retirement estimates.
- Supplement your pension and Social Security with deferred compensation.
- Develop a retirement budget.
Find more details about each item and how to get assistance from CalPERS by clicking here.
REMINDERSLocal Rep Applications Close March 1. CASE’s team of all-volunteer local representatives helps ensure that CASE members stay informed on union news and assists CASE staff with identifying and solving problems at departments across the state. If you’re interested in recruiting new members, growing CASE’s collective strength, and serving as a resource for your coworkers, then serving as a CASE Local Rep might be for you! Applications are open now through March 1.