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   Jefferson County Association of Educational Support Personnel / AFSCME Local 4011
December 06, 2016
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BUILDING REP TRAINING

Posted On: Nov 28, 2016 (13:17:56)

 To all Building Reps

We will be having Building Rep training on 1-7-17 and 1-14-17 from 10:00am to 3:00pm at our Union office located at 4315 Preston Highway Louisville, KY.

This training will be mandatory for all Building Reps to attend.  At the completion of the training, certificates will be issued and the list of names that completed the training will be submitted to the school board.

 

In order to become a building Rep or to maintain status as a Building Rep you must attend one of these trainings on 1-7-17 or 1-14-17

 

 

Training agenda is:

Due Process Meetings

Labor Management Meetings

School Board Meetings

Local Union Meetings

Updating Bulletin Boards

Updating/Informing Union Members

 

If you do not wish to become a Building Rep or to maintain status as a Building Rep please let us know

 

 

Robert Bo Johnson

AFSCME Council 962 Union Representative/Organizer

Union Representative JCAESP-AFSCME Local 4011

Delegate Louisville Central Labor Council

Delegate Kentucky AFL-CIO

bjohnson@afscme962.org

270-213-0618

Let's Welcome our Food Nutrition Brothers and Sisters

Posted On: Oct 18, 2016 (15:37:27)

We would like to invite all member’s out to the October 25th School board meeting at 7:00 PM Tuesday October 25th. We will be submitting the food nutritional service workers signed union cards for recognition in AFSCME local 4011. We would love to see you all there!

Letter to JCBE

Posted On: Aug 19, 2016 (08:29:14)

 

Four JCPS employee unions send letter to school board members asking for help

Posted: Aug 16, 2016 10:18 AM EDTUpdated: Aug 16, 2016 10:27 AM EDT
 
 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - Citing a strong objection to the approach Jefferson County Public Schools has taken to negotiate employee wages over the past few months, four major unions who represent more than 13,000 employees sent a letter to the school board Monday pleading with members to "provide oversight and direction."

In a letter sent to all seven Jefferson a County Board of Education members on Monday, the leadership of the four unions -- Jefferson County Teachers Association, Teamsters Local 783, AFSCME Council 962 and SEIU -- have joined together as one labor coalition on this issue, which has continued to gain traction and negativity as the days go on without an answer on employee wages.

The unions specially call out Superintendent Donna Hargens and Tom Hudson, chief economic officer who is doing most of the district's negotiations.

"Despite our clear and repeated communications prior to negotiation that district bargaining proposals that do not recognize experience steps that have been earned by employees in accordance with state statutes would generate intense counterproductive reactions by our members and would be taken as an affront to the dedicated word of our collective memberships, Mr. Hudson has repeatedly proposed illegal offers that have not recognized experience steps," the letter reads.

It goes on to say that Hudson has "abandoned the no step approach and offered each of us a proposal that it at least legal because steps are recognized."

"We have to ask, other than making every JCPS employee feel disrespected and not valued,what has been gained by offered these divisive proposals?"

The labor unions also tell the board they believe the district is misinforming board members about the cost of the step increases -- which cost about $11.4 million. They also ask the board to direct the district's negotiating team to utilize the $11.4 million that was approved for salary steps so that employees can get their raises.

"We urge the school board to provide oversight and direction to the board's negotiating team," the letter states. "In order to provide appropriate oversight and direction, board members have both a right and responsibility to see the proposals from both the district's negotiation team and those from employees representatives."

The leaders of the four unions - Brent McKim, John Stovall, Robert Johnson and Robert Smith signed the letter Monday.

JCPS could not be reached for immediate comment on Tuesday.

The text of the letter appears below. 

CA Step Raises

Posted On: Jul 11, 2016 (08:27:22)

Download: CA Step Raises.pdf
Current Contract

Posted On: Mar 02, 2016 (13:15:11)

Download: AFSCME 2012-2017 Contract.pdf


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