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Member Stories: Monica Shelton

My name is Monica Shelton.   At the time of my grievance I was a Chief Clerk with the Department of General Services (GSD). I believed that my Department was asking me to perform duties that were not within my jobs classification. I contacted EAA and asked if anything could be done. My EAA Labor rep advised me to…

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Word to the Wise: Pre-Designate Your Doctor

Have you ever been hurt on the job? For those that have and are familiar with the rigors, this bit of advice may still be found as unexpectedly as an Easter egg. As is, you are already dealing with an infirmity of some sort. The rocky road to recovery not only entails a little R&R (rest and rehabilitation),…

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New EAA HQ Updates

Update #2: February 28, 2018  Rome certainly wasn’t built in a day so a delay here and there should come as no surprise to any one who knows anything about construction. Now that escrow has been met, the next step is repurposing and renovating what once was a place of worship. To cut down on costs,…

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2018 EAA Holiday Party Photo Booth

You’ve seen the event photos and videos from the 2018 EAA Holiday Party (Haven’t you?! Click HERE). Now, courtesy of Jesse Arroyo Photography, here are ALL the digital images from the photo booth to go along with the prints you snagged. There are 365 images in total so, likely, if you took the time to pose…

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LAMDL Tourney Four at South Gate High School Needs Judges

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Debate League (LAMDL) and the South Gate High School debate team are excited to invite you to the fourth tournament of the 2017–2018 competitive season.  As this tournament approaches, they are looking for volunteer judges, who are interested in coming out to judge two or more debates. They project that more than 450 students from the 21 schools…

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2018 EAA Holiday Party Information

LAST UPDATED | DECEMBER 11, 2017 We strongly suggest that you and your guest arrive early enough to allow time for parking and check-in. To ensure as many of our intended guests have a seat at this year’s party, a passcode system has been implemented with a strict two ticket limit. This year’s check-in process requires another level of verification not applied in…

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Save the Date: 2018 EAA Holiday Party Updates

Update #5 December 26, 2017 353 EAA Holiday Party Passcodes have been issued to eligible members in three separate waves (December 19th, 21st, and 25th). Of those 353 party passcodes, 376 of the 620 tickets have been sold (60% of capacity). It has been eleven days since tickets were made available online and another eleven days…

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October 2017 Labor Rep Reports

Grievance Issues Department: Department of Transportation Case: An EAA member who works for the Department of Transportation was served a Notice to Correct Deficiencies that alleged the member engaged in improper activities that she had been previously warned to avoid. The NTCD also included what amounted to a page of performance expectations.  Outcome: The member remorsefully admitted…

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Candidates Announced for 2017 EAA Elections

As is customary for this time of the year, the Engineers & Architects Association is conducting its annual elections to fill seats in the Board of Governors and Unit Councils that are vacant or soon to be vacated. With the petition for candidacy window long since closed, the EAA Election Committee recently convened a special session to…

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Welcome to the EAA Family, Jacob Janik Kayajian

Welcome to the EAA Family “Jacob Janik Kayajian” son of EAA Unit Council Member and Steward Jack Kayajian and his wife Arus. Dear Family & Friends, Arus and I are excited to announce the birth of our baby boy, Jacob Janik Kayajian!!!! Jacob was born on October 15th 2017 at 10:01 PM weighing in at 7lbs…

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