Displaying all posts for ‘CPPEA’

2017 Non-Germaine Objector (NGO) Combo Form….

by June 1, 2017

Download the 2017 Non-Germaine Objector (NGO) Combo form today!! Congratulations to everyone who submitted last years Non-Germane Objector Form! If you filed a Non-Germane Objector Form, last year, remember… The Non-Germane Objector Form must be submitted every year, so if you filed it in June 2016, you must file it again in June 2017, […] Read more »

2014 – NGO Class Action Lawsuit info

by November 4, 2015

2014 – Background and more info on the NGO Class Action Lawsuit The following link takes you to a written article with a video clip of KXTV News 10 newsman, John Myers, interviewing CPPEA President Ken Hamidi, and SEIU Local 1000 President Yvonne Walker.  Below the article is a copy of the actual class-action lawsuit filed by […] Read more »

Sac Bee “Effort to boot SEIU… gets new life”

by September 26, 2015

Below is an excerpt from an article written by Jon Ortiz of the Sac Bee regarding CPPEA’s Ken Hamidi’s request for access to the State email system in order to effectively communicate with state employees in order to petition for an election to replace SEIU Local 1000 (Decertification Petition). “Ken Hamidi has been trying to […] Read more »

New Bargaining Units under CPPEA

by September 12, 2015

DOWNLOAD The Decertification Petition!! (Union Members and Non-Members can submit a Petition!)   New bargaining Units: CPPEA, once elected as “Exclusive Representative”, will create three new Bargaining Units (BU): 1. BU 22 for Information Technology (IT) professionals, with over 7,500 employees 2. BU 23 for Auditors and Accountants, with over 2,300 employees 3. BU […] Read more »

Get Involved! Distribute CPPEA Flyers!

by June 1, 2015

DOWNLOAD The NGO Form Available June 1st, 2017!!   CPPEA is a Grassroots, Member-Led, Employee Association, that means our strength is in our numbers and in our members. * Are you frustrated by the diminishing CONTROL over your future? * Are you tired of SACRIFICING while others flourish, at your expense? * Concerned about whether […] Read more »

Which BU am I in?

by March 24, 2014

Bargaining Units that SEIU Local 1000 currently represents: 1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 15, 17, 20 and 21 UNIT 1: Professional Administrative, Financial & Staff Services Unit 1 includes accounting officers, auditors, analysts for all departments, employment program representatives at the Employment Development Department (EDD), disability evaluators at the Department of Health Care […] Read more »

Sac Bee article on Ken and CPPEA

by July 30, 2011

Please read this Sacramento Bee article about our 2011 Non-Germane Objector campaign.   (Message from CPPEA CEO Ken Hamidi) Hello, Please take a moment to read the article linked above, then afterwards kindly: 1) Please leave a comment at the end of the article expressing your views about SEIU Local 1000    (you can leave this comment […] Read more »

Kaiser Workers Reject SEIU’s Fear Campaign and Join NUHW

by November 12, 2010

Kaiser Mental Health and Optical Workers Vote to Join NUHW Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 5:11PM Kaiser workers reject SEIU’s fear campaign and join with their co-workers in Southern California Oakland, Calif.—Approximately 1,500 Kaiser mental health professionals and optical workers in Northern California have voted to leave the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and join […] Read more »

One State Worker's Story and SEIU's Lack of Support

by May 15, 2010
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When management ignores the rights of workers, members turn to their union. In the case of SEIU members, the response they get can be no response at all. This is the story of one California state worker who asked SEIU for help and never received a response.

State Worker Details SEIU's Shoddy Representation

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What happens to California State Employees when they really need their union’s support? One California state employee turned to SEIU for help responding to flimsy charges in an Adverse Action. But when the union sent an attorney to defend him, SEIU’s expert undermined his case instead.