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Raises and other recommendations included in proposed budget from Gov. Lee

Raises and other recommendations included in proposed budget from Gov. Lee

TSEA February 10, 2021 Comments Off on Raises and other recommendations included in proposed budget from Gov. Lee

Governor Lee during his Feb. 8, 2021 State of the State address recommended a 4-percent raise for State Employees. “I said at the start how proud I am of my staff and cabinet, and

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TSEA urges Gov. Lee to prioritize state employees

TSEA urges Gov. Lee to prioritize state employees

TSEA February 4, 2021 Comments Off on TSEA urges Gov. Lee to prioritize state employees

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Employees Association urges Gov. Bill Lee to include funding for State and Higher Education salary and market adjustments in his proposed FY21/22 state budget. “Our state employees continue to

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The importance of saving sick leave

The importance of saving sick leave

TSEA December 9, 2020 Comments Off on The importance of saving sick leave

The New Year is a time for self-reflection and setting priorities to improve oneself for the future. One of those areas of improvement should include vowing to save your sick leave and to build

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Coping with pandemic anxiety

Coping with pandemic anxiety

TSEA December 2, 2020 Comments Off on Coping with pandemic anxiety

By Gayle Robb TSEA Comp & Benefits Assistant gayle.robb@tseaonline.org  This is a stressful and difficult time for state employees and the State of Tennessee as a whole. COVID-19 has brought many changes to how

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TSEA’s Virtual Recruitment Contest is here!

TSEA’s Virtual Recruitment Contest is here!

TSEA November 12, 2020 Comments Off on TSEA’s Virtual Recruitment Contest is here!

TSEA’s first annual Virtual recruitment Blitz is here! Recruit an active State or Higher Ed Employee or join TSEA between Nov. 9, 2020 – Dec. 31, 2020 and you (and your recruit) will be

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day – state offices closed

TSEA January 15, 2018 Comments Off on Martin Luther King Jr. Day – state offices closed

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