Friday, December 20, 2013

Workers' Revolt

Score one for workers' rights:
Workers rejected over 70 of 408 school district unions during annual recertification elections that ended on Thursday, according to a preliminary analysis of the results.

The elections went from November 29th until noon on December 19th and involved 408 collective bargaining units around the state associated with school districts. Workers cast their votes using a telephone voting system.

AFSCME Local 60 Council 40, including support staff in the Sun Prairie School District, was the largest union to be decertified. Only 135 of the 367 members voted to recertify.
Substitute teachers with the Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association also decertified with 128 of 320 members voting for the union.

There were 19 actual teachers unions that decertified. The largest included New Berlin, Menomonee Falls, Pewaukee, Berlin, Waterford.
See what happens when employees really are allowed to organize on their own behalf?

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