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United Faculty of Florida -- USF Chapter
21 May 2023
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Dues Rebates If You Sign Up Now

UFF wants you! The Florida legislature wants to decertify public unions and get rid of their contracts. A new law requires that at least 60% of the employees our union represents must be dues-paying members and that effective July 1, dues cannot be paid by paycheck deduction.

UFF USF is fighting back, and membership is our strength! We are currently offering a rebate of $400 to new members.

  1. Fill in and submit the membership form. The rebates will go the first fifty who sign up. But in order to get the rebate, you must sign up for eDues. Dues will no longer be deducted from paychecks.
  2. After signing up, you will receive an email (within a week or so) from centralmembershipsystem at floridaea.org, with I'm sticking with my union in the subject line, asking you to activate dues payments by deductions from your checking account (check your spam folders). Here are instructions. (Dues collection is handled by a digital finance company, and the union does not have access to your checking account.) Once your dues deduction is in place, your eligibility is confirmed.
I'm sticking with my union
Come and join the movement.


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