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    In order to celebrate and honor the lives of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away, please use this form to submit the names of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away.Our members are part of our union family and we know their loss has ripple effects that sometimes are not seen but are always felt. Member names will be included in board moments of silence and at our biennial convention.*Click here to submit the name of an Oregon AFSCME member who recently passed away* [1]
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    In order to celebrate and honor the lives of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away, please use this form to submit the names of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away.
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    Our members are part of our union family and we know their loss has ripple effects that sometimes are not seen but are always felt. Member names will be included in board moments of silence and at our biennial convention.
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    *Click here to submit the name of an Oregon AFSCME member who recently passed away* [1]
     
     
     
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    In order to celebrate and honor the lives of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away, please use this form to submit the names of Oregon AFSCME members who have passed away.

    Our members are part of our union family and we know their loss has ripple effects that sometimes are not seen but are always felt. Member names will be included in board moments of silence and at our biennial convention.

    Click here to submit the name of an Oregon AFSCME member who recently passed away

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    *GRU Behind **the** Contract** 
     
    *GRU Behind **the** Contract** 
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    *This 4-part podcast miniseries gives an overview of the whole bargaining agreement with helpful insights from some of the original bargaining team members! Hosted by Steward Officer Rose Goueth and produced by VP of Communications Colin Coleman
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    *This four-part podcast miniseries gives an overview of the whole bargaining agreement with helpful insights from some of the original bargaining team members! Hosted by Steward Officer Rose Goueth and produced by VP of Communications Colin Coleman
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    *All episodes are privately hosted on our SoundCloud, follow the link below to listen:*
     
    https://soundcloud.com/user-277962531/sets/gru-behind-the-contract/s-VK8Mh8c4M3S [1]
     
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    We express our firm support for and solidarity with 52,000 alliance health care union members empowered through our historic partnership to sustain high-quality care on behalf of all families and individuals –particularly our union members –who choose Kaiser Permanente’s health plan.
     
    We express our firm support for and solidarity with 52,000 alliance health care union members empowered through our historic partnership to sustain high-quality care on behalf of all families and individuals –particularly our union members –who choose Kaiser Permanente’s health plan.
     
    AFSCME District Council 36 pledges to bring public attention to issues raised by Kaiser Permanente employees and their unions during these negotiations—thereby improving the power of our collective aim to secure leading wages, quality work-life, and quality care through labor and community alliances across the United States.
     
    AFSCME District Council 36 pledges to bring public attention to issues raised by Kaiser Permanente employees and their unions during these negotiations—thereby improving the power of our collective aim to secure leading wages, quality work-life, and quality care through labor and community alliances across the United States.
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    If you would like to support UNAC/UHCP please consider passing a resolution or sign their petition: https://www.unacuhcp.org/invest-in-care/ [1]
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    Online (Zoom) union meeting at *10:00 a.m. April 17th,* please see the flyer mailed to you for specific login/access password information. or contact Local President Jack Shannon via phone or the union contact email (see contacts page) for more information
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    There will be a Local 338 Meeting November 20th in Harrisburg, stay tuned in October for specifics of time and location!! looking forward to see you all then! 
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    There will be a Local 338 Meeting November 20th in Harrisburg, stay tuned in October for specifics of time and location!! looking forward to see you all then!

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    AFSCME Labor/FMHP Management Meeting

    August 19, 2021 1230PM

    Administration Building

     

    Attendance: Adam Castle, Ryan Cates, Steve Wilking, Eric Manriquez, Annie Jakacki, Jake Schoenecker, Marvin Sullivan, Scott Melby, Becky Robinson, Michelle Chalin, Alli Kuhlman, Carol Olsen, Denise Considine, Kristin

    Reflection/Celebration: Carol-Joint commission went well. We had a low number of citations. Surveyors were complimentary of our program. Thanks to all the staff. Michelle-Wellness fair went well yesterday. Over 400 attended. We should think about and appreciate the reduction in staff and patient injuries over the past couple of months. Any injury is not good but kudos to staff on their hard work. Ryan-We like to see that as well, but we are hesitant because it can always change quickly. Carol-If anyone has input on what attributed to the change, let your supervisor know. Becky-We review the event summaries and they have been awesome at capturing the good negotiations and time to deescalate patients. That is sent to DCT administration to highlight the good catches and good interactions. Carol-Supplemental reports are being done well also. Becky-It is affecting DOC revocations and police investigations also. Scott-I have heard appreciation for the utility pool except Marvin (haha). The utility pool has been helpful with a variety of tasks.

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    1. Osha Information: Handouts from Alli
    2. 2.      Overtime Information: Handouts from Alli
    3. 3.      Budgeted Position Review: Carol-Meeting every week with HR to talk through positions. 12 dead bid FSSS. 1 internal call out. 8 in 1768 process. Haven’t received as many candidates lately. We defined we may need to do blast interviewing. We were successful hiring HSSS. As soon as there is a name on the list, it is sent out, they then reach out to that staff to come in. CNAs and HSSS reviews being done right now. HSSS for grove A was successful filling most of them. 2 RPA positions. 3 food service. WTA open, 3 GMWs open at this time. Budget managers met with finance to review budgeted positions and additional. First quarter of budget focus will be on filling current vacancies. It doesn’t make sense to add when we can’t fill the current ones. 2nd quarter we can look at budgeting for potentially adding more. Steve-Is there a bridge between utilizing cross training forensics and nursing home? Carol-They have to be CNAs in nursing home. We can’t find people. We look to see if they have the CAN right away and give those names to nursing home. Cates-any luck with...
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    AFSCME MSOP Labor Management

    August 12, 2021

    Human Resources Room/Conference

    12PM

     

    Attendance: Adam Castle, Ryan Cates, Annie Jakacki, Steve Wilking, Eric Hesse, Jamie Schwartz, Nick Weerts, Tim Lokensgard, Paul Rodriguez, Nicole Boder, Scott Halverson, Chris Hagen, Troy Sherwood, Heidi Peura, Alli Kuhlman

     

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    Follow Up Items

    1. Inverse Numbers: Tim-For the month of July. 1st watch had 30 staff for 102.32. 50. 2nd watch had 50 staff for 171.25. 27.  3rd watch had 27 staff for 135.5. Total 409.07 inverse hours.
    2. Overtime Numbers: 1160.90 Hours
    3. LPN: Nikki-131 hours with 2 inverses
    4. 1.      Health Services Staffing:  Nikki-3 open lpn positions. One is going through the 1768 process and 2 are posted. 1 in august, 1 in September. Two are going to straight nights in forensics. Some don’t like the changes happening here. We have recruitment and referral bonus to help. We also have approval to separate cps from St. Peter, so it is two separate work areas. Will ha e own RN supervisor. Worked with RMOS before covid. It has started back up. The group decided they didn’t want to meet with ICMS, last minute. We reached out to staff or input and send to Paul. No staff responded to him. Eric-how is this funded? Nikki-Part of the FTEs utilized. Some will come from within as well with the movement. It is budgeted for. I am taking 2 positions from the internal St. Peter as a whole. 100 clients are moving with that. The workload decreases. In perimeter has 205. Nick-they have been counting cps as well. Nikki-we are splitting those up. Nikki-one complaint nursing had was due to physical phlebotomy parts of the draw. I worked with forensics and they had a lab tech resign. We will be funding .5 FTE and forensics will manage our lab needs. They will no longer be doing the labs. Sometime in October.
    5. 2.      Lead Leveling Process Update: Heidi-Continues to move forward on a regular basis. We are very close to finishing. We will have it ready soon. The questions are drafted along with scoring. We are working on the details related to organization. Eric-I would hope to have a meeting? Heidi-that is the intention.
    6. 3.      Green Acres North Staffing: Paul-as part of the numbers we submitted to SMT, we asked for staffing of the site. CPS got its own health services. Looking at cps specific utility pool as well. I don’t have any numbers, but they are budgeted for. The numbers were freed back up. Eric-All new PCNs? Paul-yes. Tim-Waiting for the PCNs and then putting them out. Paul-still looking at effective recruitment as well. Eric-Specific responsibilities? Paul-It’s still one...
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