Lost Retro and SESIS Money Litigant Information
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Countless UFT members have been ineligible for retro pay if they have taken family leave, paid parental leave, and/or have/adopt babies and must take maternity/paternity leave. UFT Solidarity has spoken to a number of UFT members who were denied retro pay and SESIS payments. We are considering filing a class action against the DOE for denying a protected class of individuals wages and benefits. We would like you to consider joining us.

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Source:
https://www.uft.org/news/news-stories/qa-on-2017-sesis-payments-uft-members
What is your full name? *
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What school do you work in? *
What district and borough do you work in? (Eg: District 17 in Brooklyn) *
What is your teaching license for? (eg: Common Branches, Social Studies 7-12)
Are you tenured or probationary? *
All active UFT members who worked for the Department of Education between 2009 and 2015 plus those who retired after June 30, 2014 received five lump-sum payments between October 2015 and 2020 associated with two 4 percent pay increases dating back to Nov. 1, 2009, and Nov. 1, 2010. Which lump-sum (retro) payments did you receive?
Which lump-sum (retro) payments did you NOT receive? *
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Why did you not receive those retro payments? *
Did you speak to the UFT about the lump-sum/retro payments you did not receive?
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Did you speak to the DOE about the lump-sum/retro payments you did not receive?
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Did you receive payment from the DOE's and UFT's 2017 SESIS agreement? *
If not, why did you not receive payment for SESIS in 2017?
Did you speak to the UFT about your missing SESIS payment or fill out a SESIS inquiry form with the UFT?
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