2022 Retiree Cost of Living Adjustment
Retired teachers and state employees who have been on the TCRS retired payroll for at least 12 consecutive months as of July 1, 2022, will receive a 3-percent cost-of-living adjustment, [&hellipRead More »
Is 2022 the year you plan to retire?
It is the beginning of a new year, and some TSEA members will be or are considering retiring in 2022. Most state employees, including higher education employees, know the basics [&hellipRead More »
2019 Cost of Living Adjustment for all Eligible Retirees
The cost of living adjustment (COLA) for retirees effective July 1, 2019 will be 1.9%. Any retired state employee who has been retired for at least 12 full months on [&hellipRead More »
Retiree Cost of Living Adjustment Announced
The cost of living adjustment (COLA) for retirees effective July 1, 2019 will be 1.9 percent. Any retired state employee who has been retired for at least 12 full months [&hellipRead More »
Before You Retire and Count on Your Insurance Coverage, Know All the Facts!
Most of us know the basics about what is required to continue our current insurance coverage into retirement but there are many fine points that some employees don’t find out [&hellipRead More »
TSEA’s 5-point legislative agenda for 2018
Tomorrow (Tuesday, January 9, 2018) the 110th General Assembly reconvenes in Nashville for the 2018 legislative session. This year, TSEA is gearing up for a major grassroots campaign to help [&hellipRead More »
No raise if under one year of service on Sep 30
This past Friday, TSEA learned from a DOHR communication that not all state employees will receive the upcoming January pay for performance raises. The October notification specifically stated, “To be [&hellipRead More »
2013 Retiree Luncheon Schedule
Again this year, TSEA will offer opportunities for formal and informal fellowship with other state retirees at luncheons that feature educational and informative seminars by guest speakers in a casual setting. [&hellipRead More »