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Old 06-17-2018, 22:28
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They just posted this...

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Old 06-18-2018, 08:34
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Hoping this trend continues to say city....
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Old 06-18-2018, 08:58
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I'm a 48/96 supporter and this is a good graphic. I think people's only main objection to this schedule is having to work the 2nd day after a rough 1st shift, correct?
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I'm a 48/96 supporter and this is a good graphic. I think people's only main objection to this schedule is having to work the 2nd day after a rough 1st shift, correct?
that what I usually hear from people complain about, but then they usually have no problems working A 48, or even 72 ON OT
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Old 06-18-2018, 08:56
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Best schedule ever. Wish everyone was on it
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Where did they post this at?
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Old 06-18-2018, 11:58
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On this Facebook page.....

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Old 06-20-2018, 00:53
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Seems to be an internal battle going on at Local 1014...

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Sounds like obstruction from the Board to prevent the 48/96 from happening based on the long timeline. Also, it appears that the Board is siding with the minority (No voters).

Would you call this good leadership?
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Old 06-20-2018, 07:31
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Iím the one that posted this factual timeline on the Facebook page. We as the 48/96 committee have kept a timeline of events on the progress of the 48/96 since itís inception. The problem is we have a Union that is supporting their own agenda instead of the voice of its members. As you can see by our votes in the factual timeline itís actually passed both times by simple majority. The last vote we had was railroaded by the Union and itís board. The Union refused to to send out the flyer we requested them to send out to inform the membership of the Pros/Cons etc of the 48/98work schedule then at the last minute changed the vote to a super majority of 50%+1 to take this schedule to a trial. With a super majority your numbers are based off the entire voting membership. Not just the number of returned ballots. So if you donít return a ballot it is counted as a no vote.

My question to all of you is what other department has used this type of voting threshold? Or have all the votes been simple majority? This would be interesting to find out!
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