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EMPAC Endorses Ron Elmer for Treasurer

The statewide committee of EMPAC, the political arm of the State Employees Association of North Carolina, voted Saturday to endorse Ron Elmer for the office of State Treasurer.

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EMPAC Endorses Ron Elmer for Treasurer

2.8.2016

The statewide committee of EMPAC, the political arm of the State Employees Association of North Carolina, voted Saturday to endorse Ron Elmer for the office of State Treasurer.

SEANC releases list of Top Policy Platform Objectives for 2016 session

1.21.2016

With the 2016 General Assembly short session fast approaching, SEANC has issued its list of Top 10 Policy Platform Objectives. As in previous years, pay, retirement and health care are among the most identified issues. Opposition to privatization is highly ranked. Protecting dues deductions and SEANC access to workplaces made the list as well. 

SEANC Scholarship applications now available

1.15.2016

Are you a SEANC member going to college? Do you have a son, daughter, legally adopted grandchild or a spouse going to college? Do you want help paying high tuition, room and board and even book bills? Then apply today for a scholarship from the SEANC Scholarship Foundation. With the spring semester starting, now is the time to work on your application for the 2016-17 academic year.

McCrory in hot water over prison maintenance contracts

11.6.2015

Gov. Pat McCrory's problems with prison maintenance contracts only confirm what state employees have known all along, that corporations will do whatever they have to in order to get public contracts, be it in our prisons, in the Department of Transportation, in our universities or anywhere else they see a chance to fleece the taxpayers. 

General Assembly finally leaves town after marathon session

10.2.2015

The legislature finally adjourned at 4:18 a.m. on Wednesday morning, but not before passing a host of bills in the wee hours. This week, we take a look back at the 2015 session, which included a few highs and several lows for state employees.

EMPAC Honors Dollar, Pendleton as Legislators of the Year

9.25.2015

Action in the General Assembly is winding down, finally. The finish line is in sight, as the Senate passed an adjournment resolution on Thursday that sets Tuesday as the final day of this session. The House has yet to pass it, but is expected to do so soon. This week we thank EMPAC’s Legislators of the Year selections, Rep. Nelson Dollar and Rep. Gary Pendleton, for their hard work representing state employee concerns this session. 

Budget passed on to governor with bonuses, no COLAs

9.18.2015

House members followed the Senate in the wee hours of Friday morning, passing a state budget on to Gov. Pat McCrory that once again fails to make public services a priority, meaning state employees will continue to fall further and further behind.

SEANC elects officers for 2015-2016

9.17.2015

The State Employees Association of North Carolina elected a new slate of officers to lead the association in the upcoming year on Sept. 10-12 at SEANC’s annual convention at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.

Lawmakers making push to beat third deadline

9.4.2015

With the legislature scrambling to beat its third self-imposed deadline of Sept. 18 for a state budget, SEANC lobbyists are keeping a close watch on several aspects of the budget yet to be decided. If you’ll recall, last week lawmakers announced plans for a $750 bonus for state employees. But the fate of DOT and teaching assistant jobs as well as 40 hours of bonus leave still hang in the balance. 

Negotiators reach compromise of $750 bonus for state employees

8.28.2015

The General Assembly passed another continuing resolution on Thursday to extend the budget debate to Sept. 18, but not before an announcement that an agreement on a $750 bonus for all state employees this year had been reached. The bonus equates to around a 1.75% pay increase for the average state employee.  

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