Higher Education »

West TN Higher Ed Benefits Fairs

West TN Higher Ed Benefits Fairs

TSEA September 30, 2022 0

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

Read More »
UTHSC abruptly announces layoffs for 70 employees

UTHSC abruptly announces layoffs for 70 employees

TSEA March 12, 2021 0

TSEA has recently learned the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is laying off 70 employees effective today, Friday, March 12. UTHSC notified affected employees this morning that they would [&hellip

Read More »
U of M President Rudd to step down in 2022

U of M President Rudd to step down in 2022

TSEA March 10, 2021 0

The University of Memphis today announced President M. David Rudd will step down in May 2022. TSEA has enjoyed a positive working relationship with President Rudd since he became President [&hellip

Read More »
Legislative Update: Week Ending 2-19-2021

Legislative Update: Week Ending 2-19-2021

TSEA February 19, 2021 Comments Off on Legislative Update: Week Ending 2-19-2021

Hazardous weather and travel conditions in Middle and West Tennessee, including freezing rain, ice and snowfall, shut down the Tennessee General Assembly this week. The legislature will reconvene next week. [&hellip

Read More »
University of Memphis to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

University of Memphis to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

TSEA January 22, 2021 Comments Off on University of Memphis to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

The University of Memphis announced this week to faculty and staff that beginning in June 2021, the University will raise the minimum wage for employees to $15 per hour.  “President [&hellip

Read More »
TSEA thanks University of Memphis President Rudd for efforts on pay

TSEA thanks University of Memphis President Rudd for efforts on pay

TSEA January 16, 2019 Comments Off on TSEA thanks University of Memphis President Rudd for efforts on pay

The Tennessee State Employees Association thanks University of Memphis President M. David Rudd for his commitment to exploring ways to improve the pay of his University’s lowest-paid staff, as indicated [&hellip

Read More »