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TSEA Legislative Update – week ending 1/19/18

TSEA Legislative Update – week ending 1/19/18

TSEA January 22, 2018 Comments Off on TSEA Legislative Update – week ending 1/19/18

TSEA Legislative Update – week ending 1-19-18 The General Assembly reconvened on Tuesday, January 9th, 2018 and got down to business assigning committee chairpersons in the Senate and appointing new legislators to committees in

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Outsourcing transparency bill on calendar for Wednesday (1/17/18)

Outsourcing transparency bill on calendar for Wednesday (1/17/18)

TSEA January 16, 2018 Comments Off on Outsourcing transparency bill on calendar for Wednesday (1/17/18)

NASHVILLE – The House State Government Subcommittee is scheduled this week to hear legislation intended to improve oversight, legislative involvement, and transparency over the state’s outsourcing process. HB944, introduced last year and studied extensively

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State Announces Changes to Employee Performance Management Program

State Announces Changes to Employee Performance Management Program

TSEA November 1, 2017 Comments Off on State Announces Changes to Employee Performance Management Program

Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Human Resources (DOHR) Commissioner Rebecca Hunter today revealed changes to the performance management program for state employees. According to a news release, “Performance Management 2.0”, or “PM 2.0”,

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Press Release: TSEA applauds University of Tennessee’s decision to opt out of outsourcing

Press Release: TSEA applauds University of Tennessee’s decision to opt out of outsourcing

TSEA October 31, 2017 Comments Off on Press Release: TSEA applauds University of Tennessee’s decision to opt out of outsourcing

NASHVILLE – TSEA applauds the decision by the University of Tennessee’s four campuses to opt out of the facilities management contract with Jones Lang Lasalle. According to statements recently released by each of the

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: State Insurance Committee Election

IMPORTANT UPDATE: State Insurance Committee Election

TSEA October 24, 2017 Comments Off on IMPORTANT UPDATE: State Insurance Committee Election

Reminder – Late in the day on Tuesday Oct. 24, due to an error, the state had to restart the State Insurance Committee Election. Employees who voted in the election on Monday, October 23rd

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Annual enrollment ends next week

Annual enrollment ends next week

TSEA October 6, 2017 Comments Off on Annual enrollment ends next week

State and Higher Education Employees: Reminder, if you plan to make changes to your insurance benefits for 2018, don’t wait too long because your Annual Enrollment ends on Friday, October 13. The Annual Enrollment dates

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Performance Evaluation Reviews for Cycle Ending September 30, 2017

Performance Evaluation Reviews for Cycle Ending September 30, 2017

TSEA October 6, 2017 Comments Off on Performance Evaluation Reviews for Cycle Ending September 30, 2017

For a few weeks now TSEA has been fielding calls about Final Evaluations for the cycle just ended. We want to remind you of some important actions that can be taken and the timeline

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Sick Leave Bank Board votes to waive annual assessment

Sick Leave Bank Board votes to waive annual assessment

TSEA September 28, 2017 Comments Off on Sick Leave Bank Board votes to waive annual assessment

The Sick Leave Bank (SLB) Board of Trustees today voted unanimously to waive this year’s annual assessment of sick leave. Members can expect to receive a written notice of the board’s decision soon. The

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2017 Membership Recruitment Contest

2017 Membership Recruitment Contest

TSEA September 21, 2017 Comments Off on 2017 Membership Recruitment Contest

TSEA’s 2017 membership recruitment contest is here! Could you use a little extra cash for Christmas gifts? Or do you need a day at the spa? Maybe you’ve had your eyes on a new

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Knoxville legislators urge UT to opt out of outsourcing

Knoxville legislators urge UT to opt out of outsourcing

TSEA September 18, 2017 Comments Off on Knoxville legislators urge UT to opt out of outsourcing

Sen. Richard Briggs and Rep. Rick Staples coauthored a guest column for the Knoxville News Sentinel Friday urging University of Tennessee Chancellor Beverly Davenport and President Joseph DiPietro to opt out of Gov. Haslam’s

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