Merit System Committee

Committee Members

 
Chairperson
LINDA VAUGHAN

Member
CHERYL DECKER

Member
VALEETA PHARR

Member
PHI TRAN

Coordinator
DEBRA COLE


Contact us at

cseamerit@gmail.com

Purpose Statement

It was nearly 50 years ago that CSEA successfully fought for an equitable personnel system, winning the right for school districts to adopt Merit Systems.

The Merit System Committee assists chapters with Merit Systems by sharing important information on personnel commission rules, regulations and budgets, and commissioner appointments. The committee also oversees and provides specialized training to Merit System chapters, and proposes legislation specific to Merit System districts that will protect employee rights.

What is the MERIT System?

 

It is about What you know, not Who you know!

 

The Merit System Committee is continuing to support Merit System Chapters and those chapters who are considering the Merit System or are inquiring about its advantages.

The Committee is here to assist, also when preparing to establish a MERIT System in your district.

It is an involved process and you will benefit from the experience of skilled members and staff!

You can reach us at cseamerit@gmail.com

 

Did you know???...

that your Field Office will conduct a training on the MERIT SYSTEM for your chapter members at your district?
A certain number of participants are required.
Team up with neighboring districts for this important training.
Talk to your LRR or give your field office a call.
Don't forget to invite the MERIT System Committee member in your area!

 

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