Are You a Member?

When you are hired and placed in the 4C’s Bargaining Unit, you may think you are automatically a member. In fact, unless you have signed a union card you are a fee payer instead of a member.

Both members and fee payers have the same one percent of salary deducted from their paycheck. Both members and fee payers receive all the benefits as specified in the union contract. Both are entitled to union representation if they need it.

ONLY UNION MEMBERS
may vote to ratify a union contract, vote to elect union officers or representatives, or run for union office themselves. Union members receive regular publications and updates. Union members are invited to special conferences and events. Union members have access to member-only benefits through the Union Plus program

Joining the union won’t cost additional money. The amount you pay in fees will be converted to dues. So, print out a 4C’s Membership Form and mail it in or fax it to the 4C’s at 860.296.6219.

Your Pay stub will tell you if you are a Member

At the bottom of your pay stub there is a box titled “After-Tax Deductions”. The first entry will say either “ComColFac” or “ComColAdm”. This will be followed by a “D” for Dues orĀ  “F” for Fees. The “D” means you are a member.

Pay Stub

If you are a fee-payer and would like to become a 4C’s member, print a 4C’s Membership Form and send it to the 4C’s office.

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