53) It was not a good night

January 22nd, 2007

The ACCCEA Unity Negotiations Team met with The Administration’s labor negotiator, Joe Rossi, Thursday night, January 18. The ACCCOSAP contract was first. Nick Ganaway and Joe Rossi spent about two hours going over some issues. The two sides got close, but there was no agreement.

Then it was the Culinary contract. In order to reach agreement, minor issues have to “fall off the table” during the

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slow the process. One of the reasons this process is dragging on, is that Joe keeps adding proposals. Thursday night, Joe came to the table with major changes for the Culinary contract. Joe gives lip service to wanting to finish, but his behavior contradicts his words. He does not have his eye on the prize – a fair contract that both sides can live with. No progress was made on the Culinary contract. It was one step back.

Negotiations lasted until 12:15 am. The next negotiations session is Tuesday, January 30, at 4:00 with the Culinary contract. Then, we will meet again, Tuesday, February 6, at 1:00 with Support Staff.

As you can imagine, the Unity Negotiations Team members are disgusted at this lack of progress and this huge waste of time and money. The members are demanding action and the Action Council will meet this week.

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Will Parsons, Unity Negotiations Team Coordinator


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