An MOU was recently signed by our Union President, Mike Murray,

and SDIRC representative, Michelle Olk.

During the National/State Health Emergency, if an employee is

asked to come into work, it will be done by seniority and they

will be paid a rate of time and a half.

This MOU also states that it is strictly voluntary.

If you feel it is unsafe to come to work, you have the right to decline.

This MOU CAN be extended depending on the national/state health emergency.

Additional information will be posted if the situation changes.

 



We are asking ALL union members to call their senator concerning this bill that they are trying to pass in the Senate! Workers need to be protected, not more handouts given to corporations and WallStreet. Please call now to demand no COVID-19 slush fund for corporations. Please call ASAP!

 




From Superintendent, Dr. Moore's

March 20 email to all employees.

(Please note Spring Break work assignments.):


"Next week, which is our scheduled Spring Break from March 23-27, all 12-month employees will not report to their physical work sites at the district, unless specifically directed by their supervisor. No employees’ compensation will be adversely impacted. Upon returning from Spring Break all employees will be implementing a flexible work program from home. Once again, compensation will not be adversely impacted. Supervisors will be contacting their employees to share the specific details regarding the developed work plans. Only when considered vital to the ongoing work of the district, will employees be required to physically report to work. Those individuals will be contacted in advance by their supervisor. 

In order to ensure we are effectively communicating as we return from Spring Break within this new reality, please continue to monitor your SDIRC email and our district website."

 



Dr. Moore's press conference on Friday, March 20, 2020 was recorded and the video can be viewed using the YouTube link. (Fast forward the time line on the video to 10:45 to see the start of the video.):

https://youtu.be/yO78pgt6CgM


 



Be sure to check the SDIRC website for updated information for employees and students:

(Click button below to go to the link.)

 




Coronavirus (COVID-19):

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to affect communities across the globe, CWA leaders are engaging with employers to ensure that they are providing CWA members with comprehensive safety and prevention measures in an environment that encourages open and free communication without fear of reprisal or negative impacts on pay or continued employment.

CWA's Health and Safety department has established a process for locals to report on what protections employers have put in place as well as for members to report any incidents of exposure or infection. If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms consistent with infection, please contact your CWA Local immediately.

Local health and safety committees are also sharing information with members on protocols for avoiding infection at their workplaces.

These resources provide more information on how to protect yourself from coronavirus infection, what to do if you are sick, and how to address the risk of infection in your workplace:

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-us-cases.html

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/covid-19/

https://aflcio.org/covid-19

 



General Membership Meeting:

Thursday, April 2, 2020

is CANCELED!

~~~~

Officers Executive Board Meeting

Thursday, April 2, 2020

is CANCELED!



 



 



CWA Local 3180 Officers and Michelle Olk (HR) worked together to get a "North County Transportation Building" for Bus Drivers and Bus Assistants. Bus drivers and assistants now have a place for meetings, a break room, and a bathroom! This is the latest of a long list of issues that have been resolved through our CWA Union! Many thanks to Michelle Olk for her efforts to help us get this situation resolved for all the North County Transportation employees!


 



 




Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade - January 20, 2020

(Photos taken by Barry Deems)


 



 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL EMPLOYEES

CONCERNING THE 2020 TAX CHANGE!

(Click on button below for more information.)

 



 



There are 3 additional ways to receive Local 3180 communication. To learn more, logon to the Member's Only Section of this website. (See tab above.) If you have forgotten your password,

 you can email Becky by clicking on button below.

 




You need to verify your membership!!!