Engineers & Architects Association.

Meet Your Steward: Bruce Ortiz: HCIDLA

I have been with the City of Los Angeles for over 30 years as a Rehabilitation Project Coordinator, managing field offices to rehabilitate and construction affordable housing.  Presently assigned to the main office at Garland Building in Los Angeles in the Finance and Development Division of the Housing Department. I have been with EAA as a Steward for MOU…

read more
2019 EAA College Scholarship Program Guidelines

The 2019 EAA College Scholarship Program provides financial support to senior high school students, who will enroll into an accredited community college or university; and college students, who are in their first year of college pursuing a degree. The EAA Scholarship Committee has approved the funds for the annual scholarship program during the March 6,…

read more
Snow Festival at the North Valley Family YMCA

Last Saturday, January 12th, EAA Outreach co-sponsored an event in Councilman Mitch Englander’s district. The event was Snow Fest, which took place at the North Valley Family YMCA at Porter Ranch (CD12). 15 tons of actual snow was brought in from the mountains so that 600+ SoCal parents and children could get a taste of what…

read more
Introducing Support Plus: Employee and Family Assistance Program

Support Plus: Employee and Family Assistance Program launched January 1, 2019 and is available to all LAwell benefit program membersand the members of their household. Support Plus provides 24-hours, free, and confidential services to cover both everyday situations and emotional health issues. Read more about the available services in the below brochures: Download (PDF, 332KB) Accessing Services LAwell members can access services 24 hours a…

read more
To File Or Not To File A Grievance? That Is The Question.

You come to work one day and are unexpectedly told by your current supervisor (whom you like) that you will now be reporting to a different supervisor, one that is very unpopular, and one that you don’t like. You ask why you are being reassigned to a different supervisor and are told vaguely that the…

read more
2019 EAA Holiday Party Recap

Is everyone back up to speed after the long holiday season spell? It can be a grind getting back into the swing of a work routine, which is why weening yourself off the holiday cheer by attending the EAA Holiday Party was probably an astute move (particularly if you were one of the 28 raffle…

read more
New Supplemental Insurance Offerings (Including Cancer Insurance)

The Engineers and Architects Association (EAA) Board of Governors are pleased to announce several new voluntary supplemental insurance offerings including Cancer Insurance that will be made only available to EAA dues-paying members and their families.  To help familiarize our members with what benefits we have to offer this year, three conferences have been added to…

read more
2019 MOU Contract Proposals Review Meetings

Attention Union Sisters & Brothers: EAA Unit Councils have been meeting throughout the month of January 2019 to review all proposals submitted via Survey Monkey and/or by individuals or groups for job classifications specific to their respective MOUs. A great number of EAA dues paying members have been present at these meetings presenting proposals specific…

read more
LA County Federation of Labor Awards EAA

PICTURED: Presenting the award from left to right are LA County Federation of Labor representative Chloe Osmer and California State Senator Maria Elena Durazo. “In recognition of your contributions and continued work as a leader in strengthening the Los Angeles labor movement…” Last Monday, the Los Angeles Federation of Labor recognized the Engineers & Architects…

read more
A Message from Governor At-Large Elect Jack Kayajian

Dear EAA Members, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for placing your trust in electing me to serve as your next Board of Governor, At-Large. I appreciate your confidence in me to do what is in the best interest of our members and will work to move our organization forward toward…

read more