2003-2005 Collective Bargaining
Agreement for MTA Employees


2003-2005 Collective Bargaining
Agreement for CCSF Employees


SF Civil Service Commission Rules


CCSF Health Service System


CBA Life Insurance Policy for Employees represented by Local 200 SEAM (Supervisory Employees at Muni)


CBA Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Form


Long Term Disability Policy


Long Term Disability Claim Form


Comparison of various family &medical leave laws


Vision Service Plan


CCSF Employee Layoff Information


California Public Relations Board


TWU International: Steward's Corner






  Steward's Corner


2009 February 12 Training


Weingarten Rights:

Know your rights: The Right to Representation

If you are ever called into an interview meeting with your supervisor or manager so they can investigate a situation which might result in discipline, you have specific representational rights. These rights are summarized below:

1.      You have the right to have a Union steward            present.

2.        If you want a steward there, you must ask for him            or her.

3.        If you do not know why your manager wants to            meet with you, ask him/her if it is a meeting that            could result in a discipline.

4.       If your manager refuses to allow you to bring            a steward, repeat your request in front of a            witness. Do not refuse to attend the meeting, but            do not answer any questions either. Take notes.            Once the meeting is over call your steward at once.

5.       You have the right to speak privately with your            steward before the meeting and during the            meeting.