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TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/16/24

TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/16/24

TSEA February 16, 2024 Comments Off on TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/16/24

It’s been another busy week on the hill with routine departmental budget hearings making their way through various committees. Here are a few links to select hearings. On Monday, the [&hellip

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TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/9/24

TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/9/24

TSEA February 9, 2024 Comments Off on TSEA Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/9/24

This week focused on Gov. Bill Lee’s State of the State and his proposed FY 24-25 budget. TSEA published a full recap of the governor’s speech and proposed budget on [&hellip

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2023 Raises for Higher Education Employees

2023 Raises for Higher Education Employees

TSEA July 20, 2023 Comments Off on 2023 Raises for Higher Education Employees

TSEA has closely monitored the Board of Trustees meetings of all universities since the legislative session concluded. Our aim is to inform our members about how the 5 percent salary [&hellip

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Important Notice: Clarification on State Employee Pay for Performance raises and Benefit Improvements

Important Notice: Clarification on State Employee Pay for Performance raises and Benefit Improvements

[email protected] May 9, 2023 Comments Off on Important Notice: Clarification on State Employee Pay for Performance raises and Benefit Improvements

Pay for Performance clarification We want to clarify a statement in our Legislative Update Week Ending 4-21-23. In the update, we mentioned that based on the budget which just passed [&hellip

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Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/17/23

Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/17/23

TSEA February 17, 2023 Comments Off on Legislative Update – Week Ending 2/17/23

Great news, TSEA members! The TSEA Board has unanimously approved our Legislative agenda for 2023, and we are moving ahead focused on those priorities. You can view our legislative priorities [&hellip

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Gov. Bill Lee includes raises and additional benefits in proposed budget

Gov. Bill Lee includes raises and additional benefits in proposed budget

TSEA February 7, 2023 Comments Off on Gov. Bill Lee includes raises and additional benefits in proposed budget

NASHVILLE – Governor Bill Lee delivered his State of the State address on February 6, 2023, proposing significant funding for Tennessee’s state employees. Here are a few highlights from Gov. [&hellip

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West TN Higher Ed Benefits Fairs

West TN Higher Ed Benefits Fairs

TSEA September 30, 2022 Comments Off on West TN Higher Ed Benefits Fairs

TSEA is attending many of the Higher Education Benefits Fairs in West TN this month. Come out and meet TSEA West TN Field Representative Gayle Williams at one of the [&hellip

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State doubles 401(k) match for one year starting July 1, 2022

State doubles 401(k) match for one year starting July 1, 2022

TSEA June 17, 2022 Comments Off on State doubles 401(k) match for one year starting July 1, 2022

One of the items TSEA worked on this year with your legislators was a temporary (one-year) increase in the 401(k) match. General State and Higher Education Employees will be eligible [&hellip

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Winter Pay Adjustments and Bonuses 2021-2022

Winter Pay Adjustments and Bonuses 2021-2022

TSEA December 17, 2021 Comments Off on Winter Pay Adjustments and Bonuses 2021-2022

On Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021, state employees received excellent news about upcoming pay adjustments. Some details of those announcements are included below. “We are grateful to the Lee administration and [&hellip

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TSEA concerned about funding for 2022 Pay for Performance rewards

TSEA concerned about funding for 2022 Pay for Performance rewards

TSEA November 1, 2021 Comments Off on TSEA concerned about funding for 2022 Pay for Performance rewards

The 2021 Pay for Performance rewards email sent by DOHR to all state employees on May 11, 2021, included a sentence that concerned TSEA and which may have been overlooked [&hellip

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