Civil Service Technical Guild - Local 375

DC 37 will be hosting a College fair in conjunction with the City University of New York on Thursday, May 16, 2019.

Joseph E. Collins Memorial Scholarship 2019 open now to high school seniors whose parent or legal guardian is an active member of the Civil Service Technical Guild, Local 375.

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Become a Wellness Champion: Free Classes and Programs for DC 37 Members

Did you know FREE Exercise Classes and FREE Smoking Cessation Programs are available at your city agency work location? These and many other valuable programs are available through WorkWell NYC to help you get and stay healthy.

Join us to support labor rights, immigrant rights and jobs for all on Wednesday, May 1 to celebrate May Day!

Rally and march starts at Columbus Circle, at 5:30 p.m. DC 37 members and supporters please meet up at West 61st Street and Central Park West.

The march follows from Columbus Circle at 6:15 p.m. to Trump Tower. Don’t forget to wear your DC 37 green!

Members of collective bargaining units represented by DC 37 (except Local 371) are eligible for Education Fund classes and programs. Terms for Education Fund classes begin in September, January and April respectively. For more information on eligibility click here or call (212) 815 -1700.

In 2018, DC 37 helped thousands members to get over $10 million in refunds and savings on expensive tax preparation. This year, DC 37 is continuing our partnership with Food Bank, which will operate 10 centers in all five boroughs.

Centers are located near members’ workplaces, homes or transportation hubs. Professional tax preparers are at each site. Please use the checklist below to be sure you bring all the required documents.

What You Need To Bring

Join Workers United/SEIU (ILGWU) for the commemoration of the 108th anniversary of the 1911 Triangle Factory Fire, one of the pivotal events in U.S. history and a turning point in labor’s struggle to achieve fair wages, dignity at work and safe working conditions.

Outrage at the deaths of 146 mostly young, female immigrants inspired the union movement and helped to institute worker protections and fire safety laws.

On February 1, 2019, AFSCME's Judicial Panel issued a decision on the three (3) protests filed in the Local 375 elections. With all of the protests dismissed, the administratorship is working with President Mike Troman to transition control of Local 375 back to the newly elected leadership. Please click here for decision.

The DC 37 Health & Security Plan instituted its generic-based prescription drug program two decades ago in response to the skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs.

Today, about 80 percent of the prescriptions covered by the plan are for generics. Over the years, as members have become more comfortable about using generic drugs, the greater usage of generics has helped the plan save millions of dollars.

Still, with 20 percent of the prescriptions covering brand-name drugs, there is room for improvement.

New Paid Family Leave Benefit


A key component of the 2017-2021 Economic Agreement was the establishment of the Paid Family Leave benefit for employees in Mayoral agencies, Department of Education, NYCHA, and Health and Hospitals. These are all agencies that are paid through the Office of Payroll Administration. Culturals and Libraries have already implemented the benefit. CUNY has agreed to implement the Paid Family Leave in October 2019 pending ratification of the tentative CUNY Agreement. Transit Authority, TBTA, School Construction Authority, prevailing rates and the State Courts and Rent Units will bargain separately. Read more...


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