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CASE BOARD OF DIRECTORS UPDATE
Help get ready for 2025. Today we’re unveiling two new resources to help us get ready for the next round of bargaining in 2025.
- Have a colleague who is leaving state service? Ask them to complete an Exit Interview. We’re working hard to compile data illustrating the retention problems that we know every CASE Member sees first hand at their workplace.
- We’re also relaunching our “What California Loses If It Loses Me” campaign to collect stories from all CASE Members about the invaluable service you provide to Californians – whether they realize it or not. We want to highlight real member stories throughout 2024. The more names and faces we can share with California and the administration, the bigger the impact will be.
These resources join the MOU suggestion box as opportunities for all members to get involved as we get closer to 2025.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
News of interest to CASE legal professionals.
- Lawsuit filed against SCCCD and California Community Colleges over diversity requirements
- California Trucking Association sues to block Advanced Clean Fleets rule
- Newsom approves Melanie’s Law requiring fentanyl safety plans in California schools
CASE Balloting Now Open. All rank-and-file members who joined prior to the August 29 deadline for this election cycle received a ballot on Friday, October 13 to vote in the 2023 CASE Board of Directors election. All 4 officer positions and 5 Director-at-Large positions are on the ballot. Election information will be emailed to the preferred email address that you have on file. For more information on the election, visit the Elections page in the Member Center (password: membersmatter22). Balloting closes Friday, November 3 at 5:00pm