August 2011

MCO Children’s Picnic Brings Smiles All Around

From the early morning hours until dark MCO members and their families gathered at the Lower Huron Metro Park for a day of fun and relaxation outside the walls of our stressful jobs.

As always, the food was amazing, cooked and attended to all day by MCO State President Tom Tylutki, State Executive Board Members, and many many local chapter officials and officers who put on an amazing spread of BBQ ribs, chicken, fried fish, and more.

Between the face-painting, balloon animals, bounce houses, snow cones, cotton candy, games, dancing, horseshoes, and arts and crafts the kids didn’t stop moving!

Check out some random shots of the afternoon!

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Grievance Committee

Bi-weekly Grievance Review Meeting

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Lori Iding, Grievance Coordinator
lori@mco-seiu.org
517.485.3310

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Bi-weekly Grievance Review Meeting

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Lori Iding, Grievance Coordinator
lori@mco-seiu.org
517.485.3310

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Lori Iding, Grievance Coordinator
lori@mco-seiu.org
517.485.3310

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Lori Iding, Grievance Coordinator
lori@mco-seiu.org
517.485.3310

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Lori Iding, Grievance Coordinator
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State Employees Unite to Find New Solutions for Michigan

Earlier this year state employees presented a “New Solutions” For Michigan report which outlined specific ways the state could save 10′s of millions of dollars (ideas which came from front line employees) while still protecting essential state services and public safety.

This report is also playing a key role in the coordinated bargaining that MCO, SEIU 517M, UAW, AFSCME Council 25 and MSEA are participating in on the issues of compensation, benefits and retirement.

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