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Market adjustments will become effective July 1

Market adjustments will become effective July 1

admyn April 20, 2016 0

The Department of Human Resources just confirmed to TSEA that market adjustments approved last week as part of the 2016/2017 budget will become effective July 1, 2016. DOHR, in a recent communication to employees,

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State budget passes, includes significant investment for state employees

State budget passes, includes significant investment for state employees

admyn April 14, 2016 0

The $34.8 Billion Tennessee state budget, which includes $60 million for state employee raises and an additional $36 million for state employee salary adjustments, has passed both the House and Senate. “The legislature just

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TSEA President Bryan Merritt interviews Lt. Gov. Ramsey

TSEA President Bryan Merritt interviews Lt. Gov. Ramsey

admyn April 5, 2016 0

Shortly after announcing he would not seek another term in the state Senate, Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey sat down with TSEA President Bryan Merritt for a brief interview about Ramsey’s political career, state

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TDEC puts effort to privatize golf courses on hold, for now

TDEC puts effort to privatize golf courses on hold, for now

admyn April 1, 2016 0

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation in an email yesterday announced it is for now placing on hold a Request for Proposals (RFP) to operate their nine Tennessee State Parks golf courses. To

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TSEA hires Randy Stamps as executive director

TSEA hires Randy Stamps as executive director

admyn March 31, 2016 0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 31, 2016 Contact: Chris Dauphin Phone: 615-256-4533, 800-251-8732 chris.dauphin@tseaonline.org TSEA hires Randy Stamps as executive director NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Employees Association today announced the selection of Randy Stamps

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TSEA statement on comptroller audit of DHS

TSEA statement on comptroller audit of DHS

admyn March 30, 2016 0

NASHVILLE – TSEA is disappointed to hear today’s report of potential oversight failures by the Department of Human services pertaining to the distribution of federal food program funds. We agree with the comptroller’s report

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TSEA: Don’t give up on state employees

TSEA: Don’t give up on state employees

admyn March 22, 2016 0

Earlier today, TSEA testified before the Senate State and Local Government committee in response to the Haslam administration’s business justification report on their Facilities Management Outsourcing plan. TSEA’s primary message was clear: don’t give

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Prison Violence Skyrockets

Prison Violence Skyrockets

admyn March 15, 2016 0

According to data recently provided by The Department of Correction on assaults, there have been 119 assaults on correction officers since new assault definitions became effective on January 11. Figures referenced by The Tennessean in Nashville

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Haslam administration releases ‘business justification’ for Facilities Management Outsourcing

Haslam administration releases ‘business justification’ for Facilities Management Outsourcing

admyn March 8, 2016 0

The Haslam administration on Tuesday, March 8 presented to the Senate State and Local Government committee the business justification report for their Facilities Management Outsourcing plan. The administration claims their FMO plan will save

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TSEA Lobby Day 2016 recap

TSEA Lobby Day 2016 recap

admyn February 18, 2016 0

NASHVILLE – As part of TSEA’s annual Lobby Day event, more than 150 association members spent time Tuesday lobbying their elected leadership at legislative plaza in Nashville. This year, for only the second time

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