Faculty, Staff, and Students object to austerity measures, coming together for a Counter Convication.
"If you had to put a face on the tech industry in Olympia, perhaps it should be that of Dudley Dursley, the pudgy, spoiled cousin of Harry Potter...." Read the rest of Brier Dudley's Seattle Times Technology Column here.
You’ve certainly seen, and hopefully are wearing, a Respect button; within the next few days we’ll have Respect signs for your doors. These buttons and signs beg the question - what does RESPECT mean to you? What does RESPECT mean in our workplace? For months now, your negotiating team has been working to translate respect into concrete contract language.
Summaries of Negotiations updates from March 13, 2012 through September 28, 2012.
As required by the 2007 – 2010 Agreement between the Seattle Community Colleges District and AFT Seattle Community Colleges, Local 1789, a Task Force was convened in May of 2008 to review faculty workload issues. The specific charges of the Task Force were as follows: