California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) member services representatives continue to meet with state employees new to Bargaining Unit 7. During the third week of February, representatives met with Contractors State License Board (CSLB) enforcement representatives in San Bernardino, a hospital police officer in Napa, and CALFIRE communications operators in Ione.
"New employee orientations are a chance for our member services representatives to introduce themselves and CSLEA to those new to state employment and assigned to Bargaining Unit 7," said Supervising Member Services Field Representative Richard Carrillo. "For some, this is their first experience with bargaining units and labor associations, and we like to explain who we are and what we do. No one likes to be new to something and not receive a proper introduction."
New employee orientations provide information concerning:
the structure of CSLEA and its 18 affiliates, the benefits of being a CSLEA member, CSLEA discounts program and services, the right to have a representative, the CSLEA website and mobile app,
how to update contact information and where to find the CSLEA Know Your Rights videos.
CSLEA welcomes new members Terry Mejia and Richard Montelius.
NEOs were conducted by CSLEA Member Services Representatives Shelley Bishop, George Pina and Marco Castro.