More Shop Stewards are always needed.
Since March 2020, All union meetings and training workshops are to be held virtually until further notice. Click Here for Region 3 schedule and registration information. To Register (CSEA Member Login Required)
We encourage all of those taking the class to bring a member with you! Contact Region 3 Office and speak with an Union Activist for more info.
The meetings are open to ALL CSEA Unit 9200 members – so be there, VIRTUALLY!
Region 3 Southern — Phone (845) 831-1000
Our union is strongest when our members come together, ready to fight for what’s right. Every day, CSEA stewards make this happen at worksites throughout the state. In this two-part workshop, you will learn more about our union and how stewards build power by organizing, educating, and communicating with coworkers.
This workshop is for All CSEA Members who want to build a stronger union.
A Shop Steward Knows:
Do you feel that your rights as an employee are sometimes being short-changed?
Have you ever had to deal with a situation in your workplace where your felt powerless when asked to do something you felt was not correct?
Do you know your unionized contract rights and responsibilities?
Would you like to?
Would you like to know first hand what our issues are that will affect all union members?
Would you like to be able to communicate that accurate info to your co-workers?
Shop Stewards play important roles:
Shop Stewards are Organizers who help mobilize members into action, encourage co-workers to come to meetings, and introduce themselves to new members.
Stewards are Educators who explain to members the importance of working union and how to make the Union Contract work for you. Education is a two way process. Stewards learn from the members about the issues happening in the workplace.
Stewards are Leaders and Communicators who keep the members informed about what happens at union meetings, community actions and other union activities. Stewards set examples for workplace fairness.
Stewards are Advocates who participate in Grievance Training and then are able to represent members at grievances and ensure just cause is met for disciplinary actions. Members rely on Grievance Trained Stewards to represent their needs and concerns.
If you are aware, active, passionate about what is right, and able to see through certain transparent management explanations, you should consider becoming a Union Shop Steward. Please call
Click here for : Weingarten Rights
(the right to union representation when being questioned)
Just Like ROSIE the RIVETER, Get Involved !