Bargaining Reports

Bargaining Update 4/7/16

The Bargaining Committee met with the company this week on several issues including the closing of centers. 

Bargaining Update 4.1.16

Bargaining Report

The Regional Bargaining Committee has met with the company, on and off table, 

Bargaining Update 3.15.16

The Bargaining committee presented the company with a proposal on RAMP. Our members have long been treatedunfairly by the company under RAMP. External hires often are given jobs prior to existing members.

Bargaining update 3.3.16

Bargaining update--March 3

Bargaining Update 2.20.16

Bargaining Update 2.19.16

Bargaining Update 2.10.16

Bargaining Update 2.5.16

February 5, 2016 Bargaining Report On Jan15 the Mid Atlantic bargaining team presented the company with a comprehensive proposal which meet the company’s expressed concerns regarding health care. 

Bargaining Update 2.5.16

February 5, 2016

Bargaining Report

On Jan15 the Mid Atlantic bargaining presented the company with a comprehensive proposal which meet the company’s expressed concerns regarding health care. This proposal was in response to talks between senior Union and company representatives which focused on what the company described as critical sticking points in bargaining. We also addressed several important needs for the Unions, including benefits, call sharing, pensions, wages and the Medical Restriction Leave of Absence.

Bargaining Update 1.21.16

The Unions presented the company with a comprehensive proposal which addressed each major issue the company identified as central to reaching an agreement. The company has rejected that proposal and countered with a retrogressive, concessionary proposal. 

The company has unrealistic expectations for this contract. We all need to stand up and tell the company that we are the reason for their successes. Fair compensation and a reasonable contract are the only outcome that will continue that path. 

High-level discussions will continue as we strive to reach a contract that is fair and equitable. The company can't ask for help with the business then divorce themselves from us a contract time.


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