2024 Wage Agreement Update 

Greetings All SEIU-Represented Palm Beach Schools Employees, (AESOP, Regular, ECP-Paraprofessionals, and Supervisory)


Members of the SEIU/AESOP Bargaining units have overwhelmingly voted to approve the 2024 Wage Agreement during a two-week ratification vote at over 100 School District worksites.

Official Results: 

AESOP: 942 Yes, 0 No. (100% Yes)

SEIU Regular:1,286 Yes, 5 No. (99.61% Yes)

SEIU-ECP-Paraprofessionals: 378 Yes, 2 No. (99.47% Yes.)

SEIU Supervisory: 129 Yes, 0 No. (100% Yes.)

Similar to last year, to help alleviate wage compression, the across the board increases are based upon full years of service with the District.
0-1.99 Years: 4.5% base wage increase
2-5.99 Years: 5.0% base wage increase
6-9.99 Years: 5.25% base wage increase 

10 Years or More: 6.0% base wage increase

Plus, each bargaining unit member will receive a one time payment of 3% or $1,500, whatever is greater, which if we ratify by 12/8, will be paid on 12/22.

In addition, the District will increase the distance between each pay grade from 3% to 3.25%, which will also help alleviate future wage compression between grades.
Furthermore, see the full tentative agreement for changes to Dues Deductions to be compliant with new state laws, a minor procedural change to the Performance-Based Termination/Suspension section of Article 3, and a minor change to Article 6, Section C.- for positions not exclusively covered under the AESOP agreement.
If you are not yet a member, join here! https://fpsu.unioni.se/signup
Joseph Brenner, Chief Negotiator and Jessie Brown, President, AESOP
2024 Wage Agreement and Coalition Insurance Bargaining 

Update on Dues

Changes in FPSU Bylaws: The amendments are in Article X (Revenue). These changes are mainly related to ensuring that the Union has alternative and efficient means of dues collection in case employers stop deducting the dues through paycheck as a result of the changes in the laws. These changes will give us the ability to strengthen the union and keep on protecting our rights and contracts. The Union is proposing a flat rate of 35 dollars. For AESOP members this flat rate dues structure will be implemented with gradual annual increases in a total of five years and for the first year it will be 25 dollars a month. 

For questions please contact SEIU Florida Public Services Union at 561-965-0077


With regards, 

Jessie Brown


AESOP Officers

Stephen Voss, 1st Vice President

Dorothy Sanky, 2nd Vice President 

Leah Green, Recording/Corresponding Secretary 

Kisha Dominique, Treasurer 

LeTawndra Wilkins, Historian

Pierre Millien, Parliamentarian 

View and print your own Inservice records via Peoplesoft

All employees have the ability to view and print their own inservice records via PeopleSoft.

TCS (Time Collection Device) Information

The School District has opened the portal for employees to view their TCD punches.

Union Hall

400 Hibiscus Street #200
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone 561.965.0077