What Does 40 Years of Collective Bargaining Mean to You?

Forty years ago this summer, the Ohio Collective Bargaining was signed into law by Governor Richard Celeste, giving Ohio's public union members the legal right to sit down and negotiate the terms of their employment. For 40 years since 1983, union members have been fighting to build and protect their union contracts. This includes the rights of OCSEA members to bargain wages, health care, leaves, safety on the job, longevity, overtime, pick-a-post and so much more.

Tell us what having  collective bargaining and a union voice means to you, your family and your union co-workers!

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