Monthly Archives: December 2019

WHEN TO TELL THE FSIP TO TAKE A LEAP Mark Carter has been a faithful lapdog of the right-wing community that seeks to bankrupt and otherwise crush unions. He has maintained the practice of finding against unions 90% of the … Continue reading

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FIVE UNION RIGHTS YOU MAY NOT REMEMBER We all know that union activists cannot be fired, denied a benefit, or even poorly evaluated if the decision is based on or even related to their choice to be union activist.  But … Continue reading

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WHEN MANAGERS EVALUATE BASED ON A SAMPLE OF YOUR WORK. Pass this on to Unit Members: Managers cannot legally just select a few cases or days you worked on during the year to write your annual evaluation. The law, regulations … Continue reading

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