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Dayton: Allegations of union payback 'reckless, irresponsible and wrong'

BLOOMINGTON – Addressing 500-plus union activists dressed in T-shirts bearing his likeness, Gov. Mark Dayton took direct aim Saturday at accusations that his support for a new law extending collective bargaining rights to child care providers and home care workers amounts to “payback” for unions’ backing. 516 more words

Union Events

When Must The Fair Share Fee Amount Be Disclosed To Fee Objectors?

Stephen R. McCutcheon, Jr., Attorney at Law

Employees in a workplace subject to a union security clause may object to the union’s spending of funds on political matters and other issues that are not germane to collective bargaining. 450 more words

Legal Departments

What teachers, employer likely talking about today

As teachers and their employer meet with mediator Vince Ready behind closed doors and a cone of silence, it’s likely they’re talking about class size, class composition and specialist teacher ratios. 1,237 more words

B.C. Education Report

Chancellor finds novel way to breach the Statutes

The University of Illinois Statutes specify how hiring should work:

Recommendations to positions on the academic staff shall ordinarily originate with the department…and shall be presented to the dean for transmission with the dean’s recommendation to the chancellor/vice president. 426 more words

CFA Statement Regarding Calls to Boycott the University of Illinois

September 1, 2014

The Campus Faculty Association is not involved in the boycott movement against the University of Illinois. We feel it is a matter of individual conscience for faculty members around the world to consider, and we respect the different decisions which individuals may reach. 105 more words

Collective Bargaining

Sept 8/14: Combined Ed Policy/Operations: The Record Off The Record: Preconditions

Page 1: Upcoming Meetings / In Camera Meetings
Page 2:  Related Bylaws, Robert’s Rules, Public Engagement / Question Period
Page 3: Meeting agenda / Meeting / Adjournment… 3,734 more words

Tony Clement wants to cut public servants' sick days to five

The Conservative government proposes to slash public servants’ paid sick leave to five days a year and introduce an unpaid seven-day waiting period before they qualify for new short-term disability benefits. 1,248 more words