47) Negotiations November 28

November 30th, 2006

The ACCCEA Unity Negotiations Team met with the Administration representatives 3:30 November 28. The Culinary contract was up first. In general, Joe Rossi is looking for major changes in the contracts so that people will be required to work any time, doing anything, at any place without overtime pay. I know members would like to know if we are close to finishing. I would like to know that also. We may have made some progress with the Culinary contract, but we may not have too. As Dom was presenting our position, Joe responded with light-hearted sarcastic remarks. His mood was a little better than last time so maybe that is

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progress. After Dom’s presentation, the administration’s team left the room. We discussed the Culinary contract and Joe’s comments. Nick Ganaway and Heather Peterson were prepared to give ACCCOSAP’s reply to the last administrative contract proposals. Dom went to Joe’s office to call Joe to the table. In stead Joe wanted to meet with Dom, Nick, and Heather in Joe’s office and Joe made a proposal. There might have been movement on a non-language issue, but money is still an issue. Joe is hinting that if we are willing to sacrifice quality of life and give management more flexibility in scheduling, there could be more money.

At 5:30 I left to teach. Other team members went downstairs in J-Building where ACCCEA members were demonstrating. Others went over to the greenhouse on campus where the Board members were eating. I just received a message from the reporter from the Cape May County Herald who covered the meeting. I must have accidentally deleted her number so I can’t call her back. She reported she spoke with John Stratton. I can’t give her any more information than John can. We are not going to accept an increase in the work week, give-backs in health care benefits, or a salary increase much less than the cost of living increase in this area. Other than those issues, we are practically done.

Thank you all for showing up and letting the Board

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know we are unhappy about working without a contract.

The next negotiations session is December 5 at 11:30. The Faculty contract will be on the table first. In addition, we will do another group, if time permits. Will Parsons, Coordinator for the Unity Negotiations Team

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