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Chehalis PSE #505 2019 Bargaining Survey

PSE SEIU Local 1948 - Chehalis PSE #505 2019 Bargaining Survey

Education Support Professionals all across the state are leading the way for Washington’s students and schools. We are stronger together, and as we head into bargaining our new contract, it’s important that all voices are heard on the issues that matter most to us.

Please note that insurance questions are not included, as we anticipate the implementation of the School Employees Benefit Board (SEBB) providing funding from the state during this legislative cycle.

Please take a few moments and tell us what you think. PSE will not share or sell your information to any outside organization.
1. Please fill in your contact information below (optional):
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2. Which of the following statements most closely matches your opinion?
3. Determining Our Priorities:

Please rank the following list in order of importance to you. Select number 1 beside the item that is most important to you, 2 beside the second most important, and continue until each item is ranked with the least important ranked as 8. Use each number only once.
Note: for the following table each column is restricted to a single answer across all rows.
4. How would you like to see wages increased?
Space Cell Strongly AgreeAgreeNot sureDisagree
I would like to see overall percentage increase across the board.
I would like to see more money for steps
I would like to see increased longevity pay.
5. Training Opportunities
Space Cell Strongly AgreeAgreeNot SureDisagree
Training on certain core skills should be required for the job, including specific training with a mentor.
We should have expanded training opportunities.
I am interested in continuing education opportunities (apprenticeship program).
I currently have access to training opportunities.
The training I’ve received has been recognized at work.
6. Respect on the Job
Space Cell Strongly AgreeAgreeNot SureDisagree
I feel respected at work.
I am compensated for all time worked.
My working conditions are safe.
My supervisor treats me fairly.
8. Count Me In!

Winning a good contract takes hard work. We’ve made huge improvements by getting active and educating lawmakers about the important work we do. Which of the following can we count on you to do?

If you’d like to step up, please make sure to fill out your contact information at the beginning of the survey.