OCEA News

Information is power, and OCEA members receive regular email, text and social media updates about workplace issues and news. Many of those emails are archived below.

Orange County labor movement pushes back against persistent gender wage gap

March 8, 2019

March 8 is celebrated world-wide as International Women’s Day. The recognition provides us an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of women in every field of human endeavor across the globe. International Women’s Day is also a day to reflect about how much work lies ahead before the dream of equality can be fully realized by more than one-half of our nation’s population.

New voting system shows elections matter

February 27, 2019

Yesterday’s vote by the Board of Supervisors to establish Voting Centers in Orange County offers us another compelling example of why elections matter.

Court member update: Jan. 31, 2019

January 31, 2019

Happy 2019! Our union will be gearing up for 2019 bargaining over the next couple of months. In doing so, members will receive a Bargaining Unit survey which is the single most important tool we use in understanding the needs of membership.

OCERS pension update - January 2019

January 18, 2019

Making sure that your pension is there for you when you leave public service is my top priory. My colleagues on the OCERS Board—Russell Baldwin and Frank Eley—feel the same way. Russell also serves with me on the OCEA Board of Directors and Frank Eley is a former OCEA president now retired from County service. Last October, you demonstrated your faith and trust when you resoundingly reelected me to the OCERS Board. I want to thank you for your confidence.

March with OCEA during the OC Women's March this Saturday in downtown Santa Ana

January 14, 2019

Join your co-workers this Saturday, Jan. 19 for the third annual OC Women’s March.

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