CSEA members holding signs at a protest staged at a highway groundbreaking. The signs read, "Show some respect," "Where's George?" "Where's King George?" and "We're still here doing the work making you look good."(8 x 10 in. photograph)
From left, Department of Transportation Utica Region Local Vice President Tony Tutino, Local President Pete Niznik, Local Treasurer and Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Board of Directors Transportation representative Bob Timpano and Local Executive Board member Irv Jenkins pose by a memorial wall dedicated to fallen DOT workers outside the department's equipment management shop in Utica.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Madison County Local President Jeffrey Colburn leads a group of Madison County workers in a lunchtime rally against a plan to contract out the county's home health services.
Central Region 1st Vice President Jeff Colburn, Region President Colleen Wheaton and Region Treasurer Lori Nilsson wave the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) banner during the recent Labor Night at the Syracuse Chiefs.
Betty Jo Johnson, a social welfare examiner at the Madison County Department of Social Services was used as a voice in the Work Force: Making Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) stronger with PEOPLE. PEOPLE (Public Employees Organized to Promote Legislative Equality) is AFSCME's political legislative and fund-raising program.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) SUNY Cortland Local activist Tom Hingher, dressed as the CSEA Canary, poses with Kyra Masone, 6, Zachary Masone, 8, and Haley Harrington, 10, at the CSEA booth at the New York State Fair.
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) member and ??Herkimer County Unit President JoAnne LeClair shows the Public Employee Safety and Health violation notice the county received for failing to institute a proper Workplace Violence Prevention program and failing to include the union in the development of such a plan.
?Suzanne Case and Robert Hale, Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) members from the Canastota Central School District, drive athletic teams to sporting events several times a week on average, promoting and encouraging school and team spirit. As part of CSEA's 100th anniversary celebration, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and CSEA will honor a CSEA member who displays an extraordinary dedication to and support for high school athletics.