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Gov. Lee decides to seek family leave through legislation instead of executive order

Gov. Lee decides to seek family leave through legislation instead of executive order

TSEA February 20, 2020 Comments Off on Gov. Lee decides to seek family leave through legislation instead of executive order

Governor Bill Lee announced on Wednesday his decision to work toward paid family leave for state employees through the legislative process instead of an executive order. “After consultation with legislative leaders, we feel the

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New state employee career portal and applicant system

New state employee career portal and applicant system

TSEA February 6, 2020 Comments Off on New state employee career portal and applicant system

This week, the Tennessee Department of Human Resources announced the launch of a new State of TN career portal and PeopleSoft Recruiting applicant tracking system to search and apply for career opportunities at the

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Gov. Lee’s State of the State Address and Proposed Budget

Gov. Lee’s State of the State Address and Proposed Budget

TSEA February 4, 2020 Comments Off on Gov. Lee’s State of the State Address and Proposed Budget

On Monday, Feb 3, 2020, Gov. Bill Lee gave his second state of the state address outlining the priorities of his proposed state budget. For the second year in a row, Gov. Lee showed

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University of Tennessee to offer employees paid leave

University of Tennessee to offer employees paid leave

TSEA January 21, 2020 Comments Off on University of Tennessee to offer employees paid leave

A new leave policy will allow the University of Tennessee employees paid time off for organ donation or to donate bone marrow effective March 1, 2020. According to the University’s press release, the Laura

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Changes to FLSA overtime rule: Effective January 1, 2020

Changes to FLSA overtime rule: Effective January 1, 2020

TSEA December 30, 2019 Comments Off on Changes to FLSA overtime rule: Effective January 1, 2020

TSEA is aware of changes made to your overtime provisions. We have been in communication with numerous Department of Human Resources (DOHR) and departmental officials. TSEA has expressed grave concerns about the timing of

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DCS Announces CPS Reorganization Pilot Program

DCS Announces CPS Reorganization Pilot Program

TSEA September 27, 2019 Comments Off on DCS Announces CPS Reorganization Pilot Program

The Tennessee Department of Children’s Services today announced plans to merge CPS services and investigations under one division called the Office of Child Safety. “This reorganization incorporates several other changes, which I believe are

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TSEA 2019 Fall Recruitment Campaign

TSEA 2019 Fall Recruitment Campaign

TSEA September 25, 2019 Comments Off on TSEA 2019 Fall Recruitment Campaign

TSEA turned 45 years old on Sept. 4, 2019! For the remainder of the year, we are celebrating everyone who has played a role to establish TSEA as Your Voice on Capitol Hill. Our

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2020 Annual Enrollment Dates

2020 Annual Enrollment Dates

TSEA August 2, 2019 Comments Off on 2020 Annual Enrollment Dates

It is not too early for state and higher education employees to begin thinking about any changes they need or want to make during the annual enrollment transfer period (AETP). The changes will be

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Sick Leave Bank Enrollment

Sick Leave Bank Enrollment

TSEA August 2, 2019 Comments Off on Sick Leave Bank Enrollment

Sick Leave Bank Annual enrollment is held each year from Aug. 1 to Oct. 31. To enroll in the Sick Leave Bank, visit: https://slbenroll.dohr.tn.gov/ For complete information about SLB benefits, visit: https://www.tn.gov/hr/employees1/sick-leave-bank.html All state

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2019 Salary Adjustment Update

2019 Salary Adjustment Update

TSEA July 15, 2019 Comments Off on 2019 Salary Adjustment Update

Your July 1 salary increases continue to be processed in Edison by DOHR staff (this includes the market adjustments and the TDOC salary adjustments). These adjustments are effective as of July 1; however, affected

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