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Labor Day Picnic Planning Meeting

Planning still underway for Labor's day!  Share this flyer, and tell your friends you are going on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/neiclc. We still need volunteers, to make sure everyone has a short shift. If you want your union banner to be showcased at the park, bring it by noon on Friday, August 29th.  See you at the planning meeting!

Education and the Community

Please bring two comments from your assignment:  Speak to two people you don’t know about their hope and fears about education, employment, economy, etc.  (15 minutes)

I.               Results of NEIFPE education survey to candidates (15 minutes)

II.              Research on how fiscal irresponsibility of state government is impacting everyone. Economic development accountability – how much does economic development take away from  education (15 minutes)

III.            Unemployed and anxiously employed survey (15 minutes)

Whistleblowers Welcome

The unveiling of a new clearing house for sheding light on concealed activities in corporate malfeasance prompts a look at our own local climate

Harris v Quinn, the bright side as viewed from a non Fair Share State

"I'm not a man.  Not a beast.  I'm about as shapeless as the man on the moon"  Lon Chaney Sr., as Quasimodo, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" 1939

In which the Supreme Court creates a new species of worker: the quasi public or partially public worker, free from state compelled fair share legislation and shielded by the 1st amendment.

"We Have Met the Enemy, and He is Us."--Pogo

America fell out of "like" with organized labor a long time ago and the trend has continued without labor recognizing that it must adapt to new circumstances, new constituencies. 

Franciscan Values

Employer ignores the same principle it invokes to dismiss employee's lawusit in order to justify out-sourcing its maintenance staff while eagerly anticipating receipt of Federal Tax Credits extended to assist development projects aimed at alleviating poverty even though it is simultaneously impoverishing its own employees.  A perfecta, if not a trifecta, of savage inconsistency.

HEAL pilot gardening program at McCormick Place has 21 participants

By Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 7:23 am

Fuzzy Numbers

In the spirit of John Crawford’s analysis of how the city will save by ending collective bargaining I have done my own calculation of how it will affect me.  I live in the city, pay property taxes of around $9,000 per year, pay CEDIT, COIT, DAMNIT and LOIT.  My savings will be around $1.57.  Now, my figures are just estimates and the real numbers, as with Dr. Crawford’s calculations, are nigh on impossible to quantify and, moreover, subject to that bugaboo of old, the law of unintended consequences.

Northeast Indiana Central Labor Council Meeting

Monthly Delegate meeting 


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