|Hialeah Local 161|
At the recent Auto Workers’ legislative conference in DC, the Vice President said unions are the only gate-keepers protecting workers’ voices on the job. Read more >>>
Last month’s employment figures are in, and things don’t look good. Read more >>>
by Olivia Sandbothe
Low-wage workers in certain federally funded jobs will see a much-needed pay increase, thanks to President Obama.Read more >>>
The Negotiating Team appointed by AFSCME Local 161's Executive Board and The City of Hialeah have reach a tenative agreement that will bring to a vote a proposed 3 year contract. The proposed contract will be discussed in detail with AFSCME"s legal team on March 14, 2011,at 5:30 pm in the City Council Chambers at 501 Palm ave. All bargaining unit members that wish to delve deeper into the the nuances of the agreement are welcome to attend.
On or about June 30, 2010 special Magistrate Thomas Terrill returned a recommendation in reference to the impasse hearing that favored the city of Hialeah. On July 13, 2010, the City of Hialeah and it city council illegally imposed a contract on it's employees that totaled 20 - 30 % in pay reduction, contributions and benefits value. On or about August 22, 2010, AFSCME Local 161 legal council Ben Patterson filed an Unfair Labor Practice charge against the City of Hialeah. On or about September 1, 2010, PERC General Council Stephen Meck stated that " I have determined the charge is sufficient" a statement that references the vaildity of the ULP filed.
© American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO. All rights reserved.
Photographs and illustrations, as well as text, cannot be used without permission from AFSCME.