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July 28, 2014
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AFSE ACTIONS

"During the NEA Annual Representative Assembly, delegates from across the country demonstrated their support of AFSE by introducing New Business Item 49. NBI 49 called on NEA management to return to the bargaining table, honor the practice of good-faith bargaining, and treat staff with professionalism, dignity, and respect during bargaining.
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Status of the AFSE bargain with NEA

As educators gather in Denver for the NEA Representative Assembly they should be aware that the contract between NEA and their field staff expired on May 31st. On June 19, AFSE (the NEA Field staff union) was informed that with the expiration of the contract NEA will no longer honor those parts of the contract that don’t relate to the terms and conditions of employment.
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CTA Sanctions!

NSO is supporting a sanction request from the California Staff Organization (CSO). They are asking that NSO members refrain from applying for a staff position in the Palm Desert area until further notice. CTA has failed in its duty to provide due process and progressive discipline for a CSO member. CSO is dealing with the issue through the arbitration process.
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NSO IDAHO EA SANCTIONS!

Alert! NSO sanctions Idaho EA NSO is advising all affiliates to avoid applying for positions in the Idaho Education Association (IEA) or voluntarily agreeing to shared staffing work in the state. Due to staff cuts and restructuring, the Idaho Education Association Staff Organization (IEASO) believes that “the IEA presents a hostile work environment” and discourages any NSO member from seeking work in the state. Staff seems to be absorbing more than $900,000 in cuts authorized by their Delegate Assembly to balance their 2013 budget. The IEA recently cut three more associate staff positions, while management has been spared. Right now, the management/staff ratio is 1:4.2. IEA’s Executive Director outlined the organization’s financial situation in a Jan. 22 memo and set aside time for a conference call with staff to begin the conversation on the cuts and restructuring. After 10 minutes on the call, the Executive Director hung up on the participants. By RA action, NSO has the ability to sanction NEA affiliates that are “engaging in unfair or anti-union conduct towards NSO members.”
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400th anniversary issue of Labor Notes

The Labor Law Reform We Need When the next opportunity for labor law reform arrives, union membership and our political clout will be even smaller. If we are to succeed, future reforms must speak to the needs of all workers. The article is part of the 400th anniversary issue of Labor Notes.
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AFSE ACTIONS
"During the NEA Annual Representative Assembly, delegates from across the country demonstrated their support of AFSE by introducing New Business Item 49. NBI 49 called on NEA management to return to the bargaining table, honor the practice of good-faith bargaining, and treat staff with professionalism, dignity, and respect during bargaining. Read More...
Status of the AFSE bargain with NEA
As educators gather in Denver for the NEA Representative Assembly they should be aware that the contract between NEA and their field staff expired on May 31st. On June 19, AFSE (the NEA Field staff union) was informed that with the expiration of the contract NEA will no longer honor those parts of the contract that don’t relate to the terms and conditions of employment. Read More...
CTA Sanctions!
NSO is supporting a sanction request from the California Staff Organization (CSO). They are asking that NSO members refrain from applying for a staff position in the Palm Desert area until further notice. CTA has failed in its duty to provide due process and progressive discipline for a CSO member. CSO is dealing with the issue through the arbitration process. Read More...
NSO IDAHO EA SANCTIONS!
Alert! NSO sanctions Idaho EA NSO is advising all affiliates to avoid applying for positions in the Idaho Education Association (IEA) or voluntarily agreeing to shared staffing work in the state. Due to staff cuts and restructuring, the Idaho Education Association Staff Organization (IEASO) believes that “the IEA presents a hostile work environment” and discourages any NSO member from seeking work in the state. Staff seems to be absorbing more than $900,000 in cuts authorized by their Delegate Assembly to balance their 2013 budget. The IEA recently cut three more associate staff positions, while management has been spared. Right now, the management/staff ratio is 1:4.2. IEA’s Executive Director outlined the organization’s financial situation in a Jan. 22 memo and set aside time for a conference call with staff to begin the conversation on the cuts and restructuring. After 10 minutes on the call, the Executive Director hung up on the participants. By RA action, NSO has the ability to sanction NEA affiliates that are “engaging in unfair or anti-union conduct towards NSO members.” Read More...
400th anniversary issue of Labor Notes
The Labor Law Reform We Need When the next opportunity for labor law reform arrives, union membership and our political clout will be even smaller. If we are to succeed, future reforms must speak to the needs of all workers. The article is part of the 400th anniversary issue of Labor Notes. Read More...
 
 
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