• December 02, 2022
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    The standards of conduct provisions of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (CSRA), among other statutes, guarantee certain rights to Federal employees who exercise their statutory right to become a member of a union representing Federal employees. The provisions also impose certain responsibilities on officers of these unions to ensure union democracy, financial integrity, and transparency. The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) is the Federal agency with primary authority to enforce many standards of conduct provisions. If you need additional information, please contact OLMS at 1-866-4-USA-DOL FREE. If you suspect a violation of these rights or responsibilities, you should refer to your union’s constitution and bylaws for information on union procedures, timeliness, and remedies. Complaints may be filed with OLMS after exhaustion of reasonable internal union remedies. See 29 C.F.R. §§ 452.135, 458.54.

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      2022 Chapter Election

      The 2022 Chapter election is almost upon us.  The voting instructions have been finalized and you should start receiving them by 10/7/22.  The voting process begins on that date and closes on 10/31/22 at 3 PM PST.
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      The LA/LB Seaport takes 6th Place at B2V

      In the grueling race that is the 100+ mile race from Baker, CA to Las Vegas, NV, the LA/LB Seaport brought their best and brightest.  This year’s group of men and women fought through pain, exhaustion and high temperatures to capture the 6th place spot in the IX800 category (20 runners whose ages add up to at least 800; mixed category).
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      NTEU supported B2V Event; A Grand Success!!!

      As many of you know, NTEU Chapter 103 provides support to the Baker to Vegas team for Customs and Border Protection in the Los Angeles/Long Beach Seaport.  This support has been provided for many years as it encourages the principled efforts of employees to compete in a grueling 100+ mile race from Baker, CA to Las Vegas, NV.
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      NTEU Delegates Elect Tony Reardon!!

      For the first time in the history of NTEU, a national president is elected without having worked as a federal employee.  During the 55th NTEU National Convention, delegates looked at Tony Reardon's 25+ year history with NTEU as a staff member and rewarded him with the position of National President. Tony Reardon received over 89% of the votes cast.
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      Working with Congress

      NTEU Members, During the last 6 years, I have informed CBP employees that they can no longer sit by and wait for others to take up the call to fighting injustice in the workplace.  Federal Employees have withstood an onslaught of attacks.  We had 3 years of a cost of living freeze to our pay.
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      2017 National Training Conference
      Stewards at the 2017 CBP National Training Conference with National President, Tony Reardon, and National Vice President, Jim Bailey.
      Fall 2016 labor recognition event
      proud members representing NTEU chapter 103 at Fall 2016 recognition event at Dave and Busters in Orange
      NTEU National Executive Vice President, Jim Bailey visits Long Beach, CA
      NTEU Chapter Presidents and their members in Southern California gather to meet with NTEU National Executive Vice President, Jim Bailey.
      Jonathan Levine and Sadayuki "Greg" Kansaku
      Chief NTEU Negoitator for CBP-Jonathan Levine and Chapter 103 president Sadayuki "Greg" Kansaku
      HISTORY IN THEMAKING: NTEU Leaders at work!
      Former Chapter 103 Presidents Dave Nishinaka and Paul Sumbi, and former Chapter 111 President, Tim Smith.
      NTEU Member, One of the most important things that you can do to stay informed is to become a member of the NTEU Chapter 103 website.  You may do this by clicking on create a new account in the member login area (upper right hand area of the home page).  Once you create your login, be sure to join a mailing list.
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      Let's say that you are highly stressed and you can directly attribute it to changes that have taken place at work.  Let's say that this stress is disabling you among some of your major life activities.  Well, can you claim an on the job disease and be compensated by the Office of Workers Compensation?  YES!! You can.
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      Download: Workers Comp_Stress.pdf
      Feds must steer clear of social media links to partisan fundraisers Key points: · Solicitation includes suggestions to make a donation · Feds may not post contribution page links even when off duty or away from work · Further restricted employees may not re-tweet posts from partisan campaigns By Anjali Patel, Esq.
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      NTEU Member, One of the most important things that you can do to stay informed is to become a member of the NTEU Chapter 103 website.  You may do this by clicking on create a new account in the member login area (upper right hand area of the home page).  Once you create your login, be sure to join a mailing list.
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      Let's say that you are highly stressed and you can directly attribute it to changes that have taken place at work.  Let's say that this stress is disabling you among some of your major life activities.  Well, can you claim an on the job disease and be compensated by the Office of Workers Compensation?  YES!! You can.
      Read More...
      Download: Workers Comp_Stress.pdf
      Feds must steer clear of social media links to partisan fundraisers Key points: · Solicitation includes suggestions to make a donation · Feds may not post contribution page links even when off duty or away from work · Further restricted employees may not re-tweet posts from partisan campaigns By Anjali Patel, Esq.
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