The San Francisco Accountants and Auditors chapter represents Accountants and Auditors employed by CCSF. Collectively, they are responsible for monitoring and managing the city’s fiscal resources, and generate much needed revenue for the City.
During the January 3rd, 2012, A/A Chapter's regular monthly membership meeting, an early 2012 Holiday Planning Committee was suggested and approved by the members. Luis Adona, of the SF Port Commission and currently, one of the A/A Chapter Officers, was appointed as the Chairman of the Holiday Planning Committee. If you are interested in joining the Holliday Committee to assist with the planning of the next Chapter holiday party please email Luis at Luis.email@example.com.
Local 21 and many other City employee unions have reached a tentative agreement that will save employees more than $3 million in healthcare premiums in 2014 and over $62 million over the next 5 years. The tentative agreement must be approved by the membership. If approved, the tentative agreement also will go a long way towards ensuring Local 21 members maintain their choice between Kaiser and Blue Shield coverage.
At the start of the New Year, we predicted that health care would be the “Issue of 2013.” Less than half way through the year, our prediction came true. As part of our efforts through the Public Employee Committee’s (PEC) Labor Management Committee on Health and Wellness, Local 21 has been at the forefront of fighting for transparent, accountable active and retiree health care on multiple fronts.
Last year, Local 21 members ratified a new contract with a full 4.62% salary restoration and end to furlough days, the first scheduled wage increases since 2008, two additional 1-time paid floating holidays, and other improvements.
The Employee Development Fund (EDF) is set aside for Local 21-represented employees’ training, education, and professional development. In our new contract, we negotiated an increase in the EDF to $750,000 per year for eligible expenditures.
Gus Vallejo has been an active leader in the San Francisco Information Technology chapter for years. When the seat for an active employee representative opened on the San Francisco Employees Retirement System Board (SFERS), Gus decided to run for the position because of this commitment to improving our retirement security through prudent investment choices and responsible oversight.
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