Association Representatives

Working Together

Have a question about the contract? Concerns about your job? Association Representatives are trained and certified by the EACC to address your questions and concerns.

Click here to view a contact list of Association Representatives by school.

Your Negotiated Agreement

View Your Negotiated Agreement Here

Member Insurance Information

Your membership includes the opportunity to enroll in disability and life insurance through The Hartford.

The Hartford

For information and enrollment click here!

For more information contact:

Suzanne Hermann, President of Employee Plans Services, Inc. at

301.985.2020  or smh@employee-plans.com

 

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EACC NewsView All

  • Crab Feast Postponed

    The EACC Annual Crab Feast is postponed until further notice....
  • EACC Member Spotlight!

    See EACC Member Spotlights from Facebook. Follow this link and click on their photo to learn more about each of them....
  • Contact List for Elected Officials

      Board of Education: Board Member: Virginia McGraw, email: vmcgraw@ccboe.com Board Member: Michael Lukas, email: mlukas@ccboe.com Board Member: Jennifer Abell, email: jabell@ccboe.com Board Member: Elizabeth Brown, email: ebrown@ccboe.com Board Member: David Hancock, email: dwhancock@ccboe.com Board Member: LaTina...

Union is Strength

EACC Slideshow

Upcoming Events

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    September 27 @ 5:08 am
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    Did you know?

    Did you know these benefits came from unions?

    Many of the everyday benefits and protections you and all U.S. workers enjoy daily are part of the history of labor unions and the direct result of union efforts:

    • Minimum wage,
    • Social security payments,
    • An eight-hour day with weekends off,
    • Overtime pay,
    • Child labor laws,
    • The American with Disabilities Act (ADA), and
    • the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) which requires employers to meet safety standards for you and your fellow workers.♦