44) Reverse Progress on Culinary Contract

November 8th, 2006

On Tuesday, November 7 at 1:00 pm, we began negotiating

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the Culinary contract and achieved reverse progress. When we presented our proposals, there were no real changes from the last time. We pretty much want to keep the status quo. Joe acted angry and

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left. Two hours later he returned to take away three items we had already agreed on and to add a new item to take away benefits. Then at 5:30 we presented the faculty proposals with virtually no changes. I had to leave to teach so I was not there. I am told that Joe’s mood was better and that there were “off-the-record” discussions and no official progress. There will be no negotiations next week. The next negotiations will be Tuesday, November 21 at 3:30 for the Support Staff contract. Joe will be leaving for a Board meeting by 5:30. We purposely started late to cut down on the dead time. Some of us have developed calluses for sitting for hours doing nothing. The Emergency Action Council meeting that was scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled to see what happens during the November 21 negotiations. Will Parsons, Coordinator for the Unity Negotiations Team

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