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— by Ted Ted
SOURCE - MOBILIZED MEMBERSHIP

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
COURT HOUSE RALLY!!!

 
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Union Carpenters Stand Up For Your Rights!

Where: 500 PEARL STREET
When: 3pm Monday September 26, 2011
Why: Protest UBC Full Mobility

Sound permits are in place for a protest rally outside 500 Pearl Street (US Courthouse) to send a message to federal judge Richard Berman, that the rank and file are against full mobility.

Carpenters will be be gathering outside 500 Pearl Street starting at 7:30 am. There is a status conference scheduled at 9:00 am in courtroom 21B if you would like to attend and voice your concerns to judge Berman. The protest rally will begin at 3:00 pm.

For more information go to nyccrfo.blogspot.com

On September 14, Delegates to the District Council voted and approved a "Memorandum of Understanding" (MOU) with the Association of Wall-Ceiling and Carpentry Industries, by a vote of 35-28.

The MOU is for five years and provides no raise the first year, an increase of $2.60 in the second year, $2.65 in the third year and $2.70 in each of the fourth and fifth years.

As part of the deal contractors will get full mobility, or contractors' insistence on the right to hire 100% of workers they choose. Presently, as per a federal judge's order, they must hire a third of their workers through the councils out-of-work-list.

Rank and fliers argue that full mobility will destroy the union by turning it into a contractors club with no ability to obtain work from the out-of-work-list. The full mobility provision is contingent on judge Berman's approval and a formal motion must be presented before the court.

Also in the MOU, contractors will get a 20% wage discount (Market Recovery Rate) on residential and hotel projects of 20 stories or less in Manhattan and on all residential and hotel projects in the outer boroughs, regardless of size. The deal also includes a helper/scrap[p]er category, (language to be determined) with a total package not to exceed $25 per hour to "clean up and handle deliveries," and jobs with two carpenters will not need a shop steward.


Posted by John Musumeci at 5:50 PM  
Labels: Judge Berman, rally, wage freeze

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McFly - you ignorant slut. Lying and doing so in writing to the court or NLRB is not a great idea.