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Chapter 318 Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Todd Rehfuss
18:08
We don't have the power sanction training.
Todd Rehfuss
18:45
It is training on good safe practices
Troy Compton
18:52
https://www.csueu.org/members/know-your-rights
tonya berry
18:57
thank you sherry for doing this training much appreciated
Troy Compton
20:40
LINK TO KNOW YOUR RIGHT FLYERS. *Note These are not in order. I came across the Chinese Version of this flyer before I found the English version. *
Troy Compton
20:41
https://www.csueu.org/members/know-your-rights
Jacqueline Lane
21:01
The problem is for an IRP we have to so show we are doing more work and that means usually means work we can't we can't possible do.
Landscape Services
21:59
I put in IRP for increased workload and was told I still only work 8 hrs so its not any more work...
Troy Compton
23:09
THIS IS ALSO VERY IMPORTANT FOR THOSE WHO ARE GOING INTO WORK DURING THIS PANDEMIC. YOU MIGHT BE ASKED TO DO WAY MORE WORK BECAUSE YOU ARE PHYSICALLY THERE.
Jacqueline Lane
23:11
Well it's a situation you have to show more work and then they say it's in your classification which is why we need steps. You can't win
Pat Meyer
23:29
Make sure you document these conversations!
Jacqueline Lane
27:17
Good guidance but we need to strive for steps to stop having to fight with HR over more additional work
Troy Compton
27:38
You have the right to CSU-paid release time to discuss these issues with your union representative. [Article7.45 and 8.30]
Briana Cartmill
28:40
What is CTO?
tonya berry
29:06
compareble time off
Evelyn Alroy
29:09
Compensating Time Off, in lieu of overtime pay.
tonya berry
29:22
oh oops
Briana Cartmill
29:38
Thank you
Troy Compton
29:39
compensatory time off is getting time off versus being paid.
Evelyn Alroy
29:54
It's 1.5 hours for every hour you have worked overtime.
Elia Jarman
30:09
OT is pay at a different rate. CTO is hours for hours
Troy Compton
30:39
You will earn time off at 1.5 if you take time
Pat Meyer
31:04
WELL DONE SHERRY!
tonya berry
31:49
it's up to the manager or department some are only pay
Jacqueline Lane
32:51
With all the recent information happening now with schools reopening I don't see this working out.
Skot Norton
33:55
Any historic information regarding previous EEP opportunities?
Ryan Gesmundo (he, him, his)
34:11
DO YOU ENCOURAGE US TO TAKE THE SDSU COVID-19 TRAINING?
Troy Compton
34:20
YES
Troy Compton
34:32
If you are going in or not.
Troy Compton
34:49
It is good for everyone to know. It keeps everyone safer.
Debra Bertram
35:55
When is the EEP meet & confer scheduled for?
Robert Yslas
36:32
EEP meet and confer is yet to be scheduled. We are working on the repop plan first. We hope to meet soon after.
Heather Horning
37:43
question
Skot Norton
38:26
information about previous EEP offers?
Troy Compton
38:38
Oh Yes...
Troy Compton
38:40
On sec
Alan Tan
39:13
Is this meeting being recorded to view later?
Robert Yslas
39:20
Yes Alan
Alan Tan
39:28
Thank you
Anastasia
39:36
What is CPAL? How does it work? Do I still get paid?
Juan Flores
39:40
This is a topic for the teleworking discussions.
tonya berry
39:58
would they be willing to let people change work hours to able to do your job especially if you have to be on campus full time
Robert Yslas
40:01
CPAL is the COVID Paid Leave being offered by our Admin
Troy Compton
40:04
https://www2.calstate.edu/coronavirus/employee-resources/Pages/leaves-and-salary-continuation.aspx
LC
40:13
exarcly some depts do not work w/us
Mat Whitney
40:16
Even when the schools do re-open the local high school district is only going to have each kid in school one day a week
Troy Compton
40:21
Please check out this page. All requests go through HR.
Anastasia
40:30
Thanx!
LC
40:42
thank you Tessy for assisting us SHS folks
Danielle
40:52
Is there anything on the table about staff permanently working from home, particularly for those who are able, and have been able, to fulfill all of their duties from home? That could help with health and safety concerns and expenses (testing, masks, etc.) for ate least a part of the staff population.
Juan Flores
42:08
A directive is a directive.
Robert Yslas
42:31
We have a telecommute agreement that has been pushed to the Chancellor's Office.
Landscape Services
43:38
Are we expected to perform work from home while on CPAL?
Danielle
43:49
Thanks, Robert!
rmattis
44:08
Can we be denied vacation time if our office has seen layoffs and we are short staffed?
Troy Compton
44:15
VELTHUYS@sdsu.edu
Troy Compton
44:22
For Unit 7 Employees
Jessica Vira
44:35
The Email that was sent on 08/17 from strategic communications and public affairs about staff being required santize & disinfect our work area & desk we are not trained on use of these type chemicals & our safely.
Robert Yslas
45:51
We will discuss this with Admin on Friday Jessica
Mat Whitney
46:52
The message they sent out about the early exit indicated that they don’t appear to intend to fill those positions
Juan Flores
47:12
Unless admin wants to pay the extra vacation hours then they would not deny Vacation requests.
Jessica Vira
47:30
Thank you all the update and support & all that you do.
Summer Lively
50:01
Where is that information located? The early out
Debbie
50:04
Does anyone know what the CalPer age is?
Chantel Paul
51:30
If a staff member that is critical to the function of a department takes the EEP, would it fall into a category that the position needs to be refilled by a new hire? I know that is happening in another department where a critical staff member retired/left their position.
Pat Meyer
52:14
Won't this payout wreak havoc on your taxes?
tonya berry
52:24
50 age 5 years service which changed to 55 age to 10 years service and I think bit changed in 2013 2014
Debbie
52:39
Thank you Tonya.
Parisa Plant
52:43
In same email as EEP information the president mentioned $30 million towards Mission Valley West. Does this money going to MVW increase probability of furloughs/layoffs?
Landscape Services
53:36
Are we required to sign our evaluation?
Todd Rehfuss
53:59
You are always asked to sign evaluation
Evelyn Alroy
54:08
MIssion Valley funds are donated funds, not the state funds that pay our salaries.
Cyndi Chie
54:51
CalPer age and retirement eligibility is determined by what contract you were hired under. The minimum age for retirement and the % for each year of service will vary according to you contract.
Todd Rehfuss
54:57
you can ask for adjustments to eval, but with your manager's final copy, you must sign but can attach rebuttal to the eval
Debbie
55:47
Thank you Cyndi.
Landscape Services
55:54
There was nowhere to add notes on the e-sign for the evaluation.
Cyndi Chie
57:01
The university has allocated state funds to the Mission Valley project as a loan which will be paid back. This money is also from one-time funds.
Jacqueline Lane
57:56
I agree if you have less staff then how does the university function.? I guess the University will find out. Remember to report additional duties to Union. This COVID-19 will really show how important t staff is unfortunately is takes this tragedy.
Barbie
59:04
if you are a temporary employee, at what point do they need to tell you if they are not going to renew your contract? For example, mine ends in December.
Evelyn Alroy
59:28
https://missionvalley.sdsu.edu/FAQs.html
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01:01:16
We got a Email saying they are working on a early retirement plan. Do you have any info
tonya berry
01:01:24
you have to ask to have it roll over I think it's June 30 to use it before you loose it
Troy Compton
01:02:16
https://www.csueu.org/contract/topic/article14
tonya berry
01:02:48
make a copy of any vacation request and keep denials in case you are denied multiple times
Enrique Patlan
01:03:10
Can you post the video for this meeting on the union facebook page, please?! I got kicked out of the meeting for the past 40 minutes due to a power blackout.
Robert Yslas
01:03:21
Will do
tonya berry
01:05:26
also get ahold of er /hr and keep track of how many hours you are using that way you don't end up using all your hours and suddenly have no hours
Troy Compton
01:07:10
This recording will be posted at http://www.318atwork.org/
Jiovonnie
01:08:23
On evaluations do a Employee status determine your Mark's? example probation has to get Satisfactory only?
tonya berry
01:08:52
no it satisfactory across the board
Mat Whitney
01:09:19
They probably wouldn’t offer the early exit to someone in a position they would have to fill
Pat Meyer
01:09:29
Have we established any documentation of who/what is ESSENTIAL?
Mat Whitney
01:12:26
One year I had to remind my supervisor that my contract was expiring day-of and asked him if I should come back the next day…
Pat Meyer
01:13:29
I believe California is an "At Will" state so they can legally terminate you without notice.
Joy Calderon
01:14:28
Thank you!
Lorraine Quintero
01:14:33
Thank you!
Jacqueline Lane
01:14:35
thank you!
Debbie
01:14:36
Thanl you
Rebecca Williamson
01:14:46
thank you
Gabriel Albrand
01:14:49
Thank you
Maggie Shoya
01:14:50
Thank you so much!!!
rmattis
01:15:04
Thank you for all you do!
Pat Meyer
01:15:06
Thank you everyone!!!
Enrique Patlan
01:15:14
Thank You!
Sarah Jane
01:15:29
thank you!!
Kaia Brown
01:15:34
Thank you all so much:)
Alex Delino
01:15:43
Thank you :)