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Chapter 318 Weekly Chapter Meeting With Members - Shared screen with speaker view
Cyndi Chie
13:16
Happy Birthday Robert
Mark Bruno
13:22
During the Budget meeting yesterday it was said that you do not have to take retirement if you choose the EEP. But I did not hear them mention that that an employee separating from the University must retire within 120 days of their separation date to maintain eligibility for earned retiree health benefits. Just thought I would point that out in case it wasn't said or you missed it.
Suzanne Finch
13:55
Happy birthday, Mr. Yslas!
Troy Compton
16:21
Thanks Mark for pointing that out!
Todd Rehfuss
19:42
all can donate up to 40 hours each year
Dave Zhao
21:01
Can donate to anyone? or must be people on some HR list?
llee2
21:15
Has the union ever bargained for allowing us to donate our vacation/sick hours to any other CSUEU employee? Currently we are only allow to donate vacation hours to employees in CLP.
Troy Compton
22:20
No. You can only donate to those on Catastrophic Leave.
Dave Zhao
23:09
Thanks, Troy
Jeff Henson
24:31
Management will take advantage of this
Troy Compton
25:46
We have been working with the campus to get those Cat Leave Request emails to go back out to campus. Hopefully they send one soon. We will ask again at our next Labor Management Committee meeting.
Letty
25:49
what's going on w/staff return to campus & school districts are still closed? any updates
Letty
26:04
dependent children age schools
Saul Sanchez
28:47
What is the cap for vacation hours?
Troy Compton
30:09
https://www.csueu.org/contract/topic/article14
Troy Compton
30:22
Vacation credits are cumulative to a maximum of three hundred and twenty (320) working hours for ten (10) or less years of qualifying service or four hundred and forty (440) working hours for more than ten (10) years of such service.
Troy Compton
32:22
http://www.318atwork.org/
tonya berry
33:32
I'll help tessy
Robert Yslas
34:15
Thanks Tanya!
Jessica
34:29
Question they are asking staff to repopulate once a week and taking turns. I do not feel comfortable coming with my son having spina bifida? Do I still have the protection of COVID....
Brenda Goings
34:46
this is Brendas son there's no audio where getting out herbphone
Brenda Goings
34:48
her
tonya berry
34:54
if your running you can't be on the committee correct
Troy Compton
35:28
Correct
Cyndi Chie
35:30
@Tonya that is correct.
Mark Bruno
36:07
I missed the last couple of meetings... Has there been any discussion about layoffs next sparing, summer, or fall?
Jessica
36:11
I was approved for FFCRA when my CPAL hours ran out there is 475
Letty
36:26
that was an excellent break down, thank you
Cyndi Chie
36:50
Those serving on the Elections committee cannot run for office and cannot be appointed to an office in the event that no one was nominated.
Troy Compton
37:00
Was Tessy able to answer your question Jessica?
Letty
37:05
for FFCRA do u need to notify HR that CPAL running out?
Vanessa Horne
38:05
Robert asked a good question during yesterday's budget town hall re: reallocating EEP availability between units. Was that question addressed following the event?
Jessica
38:27
yes you need to contact them and they will open up the FFCRA with a new contract.
Jessica
38:32
HR does it all for you
Jessica
38:59
SO if you have a student whom needs your help online school and you are out of CPAL you can apply for FFCRA
Jessica
39:24
FFCRA is Federal Leave you do not need to use your hours or FMLA
Tessy Reese
40:03
Jessica your right but that federal leave is only 80 hours
Jacqueline Lane
40:54
Is most of those layoffs staff? If the University is not renewing temporary employees how can they justify IF they continue to hire new faculty?
Jessica
41:18
Jennifer from HR stated in an email and it is 475
Jessica
41:35
this is on top of the 80 from CPAL
Mark Bruno
42:29
Per the BFA website EEP applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm on Saturday, October 31, 2020 to be considered.
M Ritchie
42:39
When there are layoffs at CSU does bumping take place?
Tessy Reese
43:16
the CPAL is 256 hours Federal is 80 hours then FMLA leave but I believe you need to use your own accruals once the CPAL and Federal hours are exhausted benefits would have the best information regarding these leaves
Jessica
45:09
Call me Tessy at 619-218-0746 so we can discuss in case we need to share with everyone
llee2
46:16
Has the union ever bargained for allowing us to donate our vacation/sick hours to any other CSUEU employee? Currently we are only allow to donate vacation hours to employees in CLP.
Tessy Reese
46:33
yes we did
Mark Bruno
46:49
Happy B'Day Robert, Enjoy your day!
llee2
46:55
So previous bargains ended up with a no can do?
Luz Torres
47:01
I had my membership deducted monthly but now it seems something happen because I get reminders to renew. Who do I contact?
Debbie Knuckles
47:37
I am having the same issue as Luz.
Erik Good
49:25
Are there any protections for temporary employees coming up on their permanent status whose contracts have not been renewed? Say the contract ends in December but the four year mark to permanent status would be in mid February?
Tanya Calienta
50:08
How does layoff work for the confidential staff C99 work? Would they go first before CSUEU? Are they like MPPs?
Heather Horning
50:17
Is it safe to say furloughs would happen before layoffs would happen?
Cyndi Chie
55:27
Confidential C99 employees are not covered by the contract and are treated like MPP. There are laws regarding the confidential classifications, but I don't know the specifics
llee2
55:40
Thank you everyone.
Lori
57:05
so to be clear, I should call HR to make sure the leave I donated to Catastrophic leave will go to another CSU campus if no one at SDSU does?
Lori
57:20
that was definitely not a choice on the paperwork
Tessy Reese
01:01:07
definitely call and ask benefits about the donated leave and then please follow back up with us depending on what they say
Robert Yslas
01:01:08
Donated leave stays on this campus
Lori
01:05:55
Where in the contract is the Cat leave covered? Am I confused about what Tessy said about donating to another campus whose staff was affected by wildfires or other natural disaster? Of course I want to stay here, if needed, but I don't want it trashed if a CSU Chico person needs it.
Suzanne Finch
01:06:44
Just to clarify: temporary employees are treated the same as probationary employees during layoffs. 24.4 Layoff shall be within classifications determined by the President. For classifications with skill levels, layoff shall be within skill level determined by the President. Twelve (12) month, 11/12 month, 10/12 month and academic year positions with the same class title shall, for the purposes of layoff, be considered a single classification. The order of layoff shall be:a. first, temporary, and probationary employees; andb. last, permanent employees.
Troy Compton
01:07:01
https://www.csueu.org/contract/topic/article15
Troy Compton
01:07:03
15.8
Suzanne Finch
01:07:17
This is per our collective bargaining agreement.
Lori
01:07:55
I will definitely ask HR. They should add this information to the Cat Leave donation form.
Lori
01:08:07
thank you Tessy and Troy
Lori
01:08:58
thank you Cindy
Tanya Calienta
01:09:10
Happy Birthday Robert!
Jeff Henson
01:09:55
Happy birthday!
Ana-Victoria Sanchez-Diez
01:10:11
enjoy your special day!
Heather Horning
01:10:17
Happy birthday Robert!
Mark Bruno
01:10:19
bye!