SACRAMENTO – Recognizing the important work that unions do, and that together workers are stronger, 16 California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) members attended a Basic Site Representation Training Class via videoconference on February 18, 2022. The class was conducted by CSLEA Senior Counsel Jim Vitko and Andrea Perez.
“This was a great class in which we presented informative information for our members and received some very good questions. I always enjoy conversing with our members and reviewing their rights in the workplace and discussing how to handle conflicts. I appreciate their dedication to their careers, their colleagues, and their association,” said Vitko.
“Thank you to our members who participated in this informative training,” said Perez. “It opens so many lines of communication between us and our members. Site representatives are our eyes and ears in the workplace and we greatly value their contribution to our work.”
CSLEA members in attendance work at CALFIRE, the State Lands Commission, Department of Justice (BFS), Department of Motor Vehicles, Franchise Tax Board, State Contractors Licensing Board, Department of Food and Ag, California Conservation Corps, Housing and Community Development and the Department of Insurance.
CSLEA members interested in taking a site representation class may email firstname.lastname@example.org.