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“On the Radar" is an electronic news bulletin for members of the Association of Administrative and Professional Staff at UBC. It is published periodically via email and on our website, under the guidance of the AAPS Communications Committee . Photograph by Jasmin Harry.   (The hyperlinks below will aid you in jumping to the articles you would most like to read.)        by Jasmin Harry, Member Services Officer, AAPS The AGM opened with guest speaker Pierre Ouillet, VP-Finance, Resources and Operations UBC. Mr. Ouillet updated the membership on the fiscal challenges facing UBC.  Mr. Ouillet, ...
are primary or secondary schools that receive public money (and like other schools, may also receive private donations) but are not subject to some of the rules, regulations, and statutes that apply to other public schools in exchange for some type of accountability for producing certain results, which are set forth in each school's charter . Charter schools are opened and attended by choice. While charter schools provide an alternative to other public schools, they are part of the public education system and are not allowed to charge tuition. Where enrollment in a charter school is over subscribed, admission is frequently ...
May Alert | ACEA
After twelve and a half unforgettable years the time is approaching for me to step down as President of ACEA. We have elected a new President, Karen McCann. We all need to rally and support her as she leads this wonderful organization. I have worked with Karen as she has served first as ACEA Secretary and then as Instructional Vice-President. We are fortunate to have her as our new President. I look back on my tenure as President and think it was just yesterday I was starting on the same adventure as Karen. I could reflect on a lot over the entire period, but let me focus specifically on the last two years. I will focus on this ... market research, surveys and trends
flinders collective bargaining update
You should now have received a ballot paper from the Australian Electoral Commission.  This is a ballot of Flinders University members of the NTEU to vote on whether protected industrial action can be taken by Flinders members, and if so, what forms of industrial action are authorised. It is very important that you vote.    The ballot is a requirement of the industrial relations law, which states that protected industrial action can only be taken by union members after a secret ballot of those members has been conducted. Industrial action can only be taken if at least half the members on the roll vote, and if more than half of ... market research, surveys and trends


PSU-AAUP Collective Bargaining Updates
The AAUP Bargaining Team has reached a tentative agreement on a contract that the Executive Council has voted to submit to members for ratification. A ballot will be forthcoming via campus mail. Three forums will be held to answer questions about the tentative agreement; dates, times, and rooms for which are provided at the end of this message. The agreement has two key pieces: The first piece: The 2005-07 contract will contain across-the-board salary increases totaling 8% for all bargaining unit members: 5% now, and 3% next year ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
National Treasury Employees Union, Chapter 208
The Office of Administration has supported Office directors to keep 64 secret conference rooms in the White Flint Complex under the radar and prevent reservation from the automated reservation system. The agency has declared non-negotiable a NTEU proposal to provide employees some access to these rooms blocked out for senior management exclusive use. The conference room numbers are appalling: 53 for employees to schedule 64 for senior manager�s exclusive use The agency even asked NTEU to not publish the office names controlling 24 hidden conference rooms to ensure employees did not even ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Your Monday Afternoon Darrelle Revis Holdout Update
holdout, which officially makes it time for a splashy logo and dedicated theme song to play whenever we check in on what's new between the Jets and their best defensive player. Let's start the music as we start with a deadline of sorts. Revis will lose a year of service time if he does not show up at camp on Tuesday. It's 30 days before the start of the season, a number that seems to flash in a more urgent shade of red with every passing day, and if Revis doesn't show up he'll remain on his third year of the five, assuming there's no change in the next Collective Bargaining ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Vectren Capital Corp. Prices $125 Million of Senior Unsecured Notes
today announced that its subsidiary, Vectren Capital Corp. ("Vectren Capital"), has priced $125 million of its senior notes to be issued in 2 tranches of 7 and 15 years and sold to various institutional investors through the private placement market. The senior notes will be guaranteed by Vectren Corporation. Vectren Capital will be issuing $75 million of 3.48% Series A senior notes due December 15, 2017 and $50 million of 4.53% Series B senior notes due December 15, 2025. The proceeds received from the issuance of the senior notes will be used to reduce Vectren Capital's outstanding short-term debt and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Collective Bargaining Update Apple Valley Police Department: Term ...
Collective Bargaining Update. Apple Valley Police Department: Term: 2010. Wages: 0%. Economic changes: Steps are not frozen. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Human Resources Services - Collective Bargaining Update
The different Bargaining Units are collections of the different job classifications in the State workforce. Each job classification is assigned to a specific Bargaining Unit. Each Bargaining Unit is represented by a union that was elected by the members of the Bargaining Unit as the exclusive Bargaining Representative for that unit. One specific union, was chosen to represent each of the Bargaining Units Although only the Union that represents your job classification can negotiate your contract, as an individual, you have the right to support and join any union you wish. Collective Bargaining Units and their Exclusive Bargaining ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
  1. profile image daaitoulaam Today's update on the Guangdong labour law saga Sounds like backpedalling to me on pushing collective bargaining through
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A police union representing about 70 dispatchers has dropped the "S" word, saying a strike is a real possibility if talks with their employer don't improve next month. "We feel Northwest Central is delaying negotiations with us," said Richard Tracy, an executive board member of the Metropolitan Alliance of Police. "One day we spent five hours talking about how we should post a list. Another time we spent hours talking about a filing cabinet. We're not getting anywhere and we haven't even talked about pay or benefits yet." Northwest Central Dispatch System is the biggest single ...
Update Jagger, Google Update Oct 18th, 2005
Why is it that we can't come together and through "party politics" and give G, Y, & M the impression of what WE the webmasters and content providers want to happen... It's a twisted ideology and it's politics at its best, but the truth of the matter is that without our content, systems, and structures, G or any SE would cease to exist. Are we that uncontrollable to the point G sees us as a bunch of uncouth animals? Something just isn't right... I think it's time a unified webmaster front across the entire Internet. It's not about webmasters or the search engines. It's about the people that use ...