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Does outsourcing really save taxpayer money?

Does outsourcing really save taxpayer money?

admyn November 18, 2016 Comments Off on Does outsourcing really save taxpayer money?

Saving taxpayer money is the main selling point behind every proposal to outsource a state service. On the contrary, when analyzed, outsourcing is often found to be more expensive than promised. For example, in

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TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

admyn November 9, 2016 Comments Off on TEAM-PAC endorsed candidates win big

All but one – 99 percent – of TEAM-PAC’s endorsed candidates in the 2016 general election were elected to serve in Tennessee’s 110th General Assembly. This is great news for state employees! Whether you

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RECAP: TSEA meeting about probation & parole officer issues

RECAP: TSEA meeting about probation & parole officer issues

admyn October 21, 2016 Comments Off on RECAP: TSEA meeting about probation & parole officer issues

Earlier this week, TSEA staff met with Assistant Commissioner of Community Supervision Alisha James to discuss the many challenges facing probation and parole officers. Below is a recap of that meeting. The overall demeanor

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Open Enrollment ends Oct. 14 for TN State Employees

Open Enrollment ends Oct. 14 for TN State Employees

admyn October 3, 2016 Comments Off on Open Enrollment ends Oct. 14 for TN State Employees

The open enrollment period for Tennessee state employees ends Friday, October 14 — for State and Higher Education employees. (Note: retirees have an additional 2 weeks through October 28.) Health Insurance premiums Health insurance premiums –

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Pay For Performance changes

Pay For Performance changes

admyn September 23, 2016 Comments Off on Pay For Performance changes

As you may have heard or read, there has been a change in how the Pay for Performance salary adjustments are allocated for the next round of salary increases. According to the Dept. of Human Resources’ P4P guidelines, “A portion

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Labor Day message from the TSEA President

Labor Day message from the TSEA President

admyn September 5, 2016 Comments Off on Labor Day message from the TSEA President

Every first Monday in September is Labor Day, which pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. For many, it symbolizes the end of summer, and is celebrated with parties, parades and special events.

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Retiree Luncheon – KNOXVILLE

admyn August 23, 2016 Comments Off on Retiree Luncheon – KNOXVILLE

Sullivan’s Restaurant 7545 S. Northshore Drive Knoxville 12:00 pm Guest Speaker: TSEA Executive Director Randy Stamps Please RSVP with Lisa Moffett 423-571-0094 or Lmoffett83@gmail.com  

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Press release – Stop the growth of private prisons in Tennessee

Press release – Stop the growth of private prisons in Tennessee

admyn August 22, 2016 Comments Off on Press release – Stop the growth of private prisons in Tennessee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 22, 2016 Contact: Chris Dauphin Phone: (615) 256-4533, 800-251-8732 chris.dauphin@tseaonline.org                                                             Stop the growth of private prisons in Tennessee NASHVILLE – In light of the concerns outlined last week by the Deputy

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Retiree Luncheon – NASHVILLE

admyn August 17, 2016 Comments Off on Retiree Luncheon – NASHVILLE

Hermitage House Smorgasbord 3131 Lebanon Pike Nashville, TN  37210 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Meet TSEA Executive Director, Randy Stamps Guest Speaker: Gayle Robb, Compensation and Benefits Manager, Tennessee State Employees Association Topic: Retirees

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Retiree Luncheon – JOHNSON CITY

admyn August 10, 2016 Comments Off on Retiree Luncheon – JOHNSON CITY

Logan’s Roadhouse 3112 Browns Mill Road Johnson City 12:00 pm Guest Speaker TSEA Executive Director Randy Stamps Please RSVP with Lisa Moffett 423-571-0094 or Lmoffett83@gmail.com

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