that when you join CSU-ERFA you are not automatically a member of CSUN-ARF or vice-versa , you are not a member of CSU-ERFA when you join ARF but that a portion of your CSU-ERFA dues is returned to ARF?
that CSU-ERFA keeps its members informed about impending changes in health plan benefits. The Association is especially active in working with CalPERS to control the costs of medical plans and pharmaceuticals.
that CSU-ERFA worked with CalPERS to establish its Long-Term Care Insurance Program?
that CSU-ERFA provided assistance and effective representation for retirees in FERP who were threatened with layoffs during periods of budget exigency?
that CSU-ERFA has developed a "Survivor's Guide" that identifies details that should be considered in advance of death and matters of concern when death occurs?
that CSU-ERFA convinced the CSU Board of Trustees to adopt the resolution (RFSR -06-87-03) which established that emeritus faculty shall be deemed to be continuing members of the academic community with the same privileges as enjoyed by the general faculty?
that CSU-ERFA was effective in protecting employee retirement funds—Proposition 162, The California Pension Protection Act of 1992. Which provides protection against the use of pension funds for general budget purposes?
that the CSU-ERFA Legislative Affairs Committee protects the interests of all CSU retirees by analyzing and tracking legislation in both in the California State Legislature and the US Congress which effect retirees?
that if you have problems with your health plan or local campus rules CSU-ERFA will provide assistance?