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Current Collective Bargaining Agreement

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Seattle School District officials are negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement with the city’s teachers’ union, the Seattle Education Association. The talks will take several months, and will determine costs for taxpayers and the quality of instruction for Seattle students for up to five years. A new in-depth study from Washington Policy Center, “ Overview of the Seattle School District Collective Bargaining Agreement ” describes the terms for working conditions, pay, benefits and time off provided under the current collective bargaining agreement. Following is a summary the study’s main findings. School district ...
The full name of the organization is The Animation Guild and Affiliated Optical Electronic and Graphic Arts, Local 839 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes and Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories and Canada, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations / Canadian Labour Congress .
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Dino Ciccarelli, who scored 608 goals and 1,200 points during his National Hockey League career, leads the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2010 announced Tuesday. Induction is on Nov. 8 in Toronto.       Other inductees include executive Jimmy Devellano, who helped build Stanley Cup championship teams with the New York Islanders and Detroit Red Wings; women’s hockey stars Cammi Granato (U.S.) and Angela James (Canada); and one of the original owners of the Calgary Flames, D.K. “Doc” Seaman. More hockey: Pat Quinn is out as coach of the Edmonton Oilers after finishing last in the NHL standings in his ... market research, surveys and trends
Union VP Foyle: Players' Counter Proposal Soon to Reach NBA -- NBA ...
NBA players don't want a lockout, which is what could happen one year from Friday. But they aren't going to accept a deal they don't believe is fair. That's the word from union first vice president Adonal Foyle after the NBA Players Association held its annual summer meeting Thursday and Friday at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. About 60 players attended, including star guards Dwyane Wade of Miami and Richard Hamilton of Detroit. "It's very simple. We don't want a lockout,'' Foyle, an Orlando center, said Sunday in a phone interview with FanHouse about what could occur when the current ... market research, surveys and trends


NFL owners vote unanimously to opt out of labor deal - NFL - ESPN
ATLANTA -- The NFL officially notified its players union on Tuesday that it will opt out of the current collective bargaining agreement, which could lead to a season without a salary cap in 2010 and a possible lockout in 2011. Owners voted unanimously Tuesday morning to opt out of the deal, which was extended in March 2006. The NFL had until November to opt out, but decided to do it early instead of waiting for the deadline. The league, however, emphasized that it will keep negotiating with the NFL Players Association and said games will be played "without threat of interruption for at least the next three seasons." ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
David Stern projects $400 million in losses for the NBA - ESPN
DALLAS -- David Stern said Saturday the NBA is projecting league-wide losses of about $400 million this season and has lost hundreds of millions in each previous year of the current collective bargaining agreement. The commissioner said it has shown the players' association those numbers in hopes of demonstrating why the league feels it needs "significant changes" in the next deal. The NBA's first proposal for a deal to replace the one that expires on July 1, 2011, was thrown out Friday after what players association director Billy Hunter called a "contentious" 90-minute meeting. Hunter said the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
NFL rookies hear about issues, but not about possible work stoppage
Reporting from Carlsbad — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell opened the annual rookie symposium Sunday by speaking to a conference room filled with newly minted pros, touching on issues of player safety, off-the-field conduct and the importance of leadership. As for the biggest issue on the league's landscape, the possibility of a work stoppage in 2011? That didn't come up. "I opened it up for questions and nobody asked about that," said Goodell, who spoke to a small group of reporters afterward. There is no question, though, that the NFL and its players' union is — like that roomful of rookies ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Everyone keeps their jobs
At a five-minute public meeting on June 29, the Park Ridge Mayor and Council unanimously approved three resolutions, the result of months of negotiations with the borough's three bargaining units. The result is that, on July 1, there will be no layoffs, no jobs reduced from full-time to part-time; no reduction in hours for part-timers. Each resolution authorized the execution of a, "memoranda [sic] of agreement" that sets forth the terms of the concessions made by each unit. A brief description of each memorandum follows. The members of the unit, that includes Public Works Department employees, have agreed to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Collective Bargaining. Agreement between. Connecticut State University. American Association of University Professors and. Board of Trustees for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
What Can You Tell Me About Collective Bargaining Expirations and ...
There are several reasons why it is difficult for BLS to identify accurately the relationship between collective bargaining agreement expirations and work stoppages; most reflect the fact that the data series were established as separate programs, were maintained for different purposes, had separate databases, and were not coordinated for research purposes. Some of the questions that the Bureau’s collective bargaining staff receive pertain to the relationship between collective bargaining agreement expirations and work stoppages: 1) Does the work stoppage series distinguish between strikes and lockouts? 2) What percent of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
  1. profile image Incilin @mousebudden nah, RJ doing the smart thing. He getting a deal under the current Collective Bargaining Agreement.
  2. profile image Steven_Mejia @Macskinner Don't worry. He'll be back. He just wants a new deal under the current collective bargaining agreement.
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How is the MLB minimum salary determined? - Yahoo! Answers
The current CBA, which covers the 2007-2011 major league seasons, includes this text in Article VI - Salaries, Section B - Minimum Salary, Subsection 1: The minimum rate of payment to a Player for each day of service on a Major League Club shall be as follows: 2007—at the rate per season of $380,000; 2008—at the rate per season of $390,000; 2009—at the rate per season of $400,000; 2010—at the rate per season of $400,000; 2011—at the 2010 rate per season plus a cost of living adjustment, rounded to the nearest $500, provided that the cost of living adjustment shall not reduce the minimum salary below $400,000. There are currently ...
Why might there be no NFL football in 2011?
Two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback (!) Charlie Batch recently spoke at the NFL rookie symposium, and warned the youngsters that there's going to be no football in 2011. Per PFT: "Although NFLPA Executive Director De Smith chose to talk to the 2009 incoming class of rookies not about the status of the Collective Bargaining Agreement but about Shakespeare and Nicholas Sarkozy, we're told that at least one of the other guys who spoke at the Rookie Symposium addressed the issue of labor unrest. Per a league source, Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch warned the new players that there's a "100 ...