Posts tagged Fraternal Order of Police
Court Rejects Union Attempt to Dismiss Cuyahoga County Officer’s First Amendment Challenge to Police Union Dues Deductions
March 31, 2022 // The federal lawsuit says that Warren was not a member of the FOP union before the Janus decision in June 2018, and never signed an authorization for the deduction of union dues or fees from her wages. However, FOP union bosses collected fees and later full union dues from her wages anyway without her consent.
Chicago mayor warns police to get vaccine by Sunday or lose pay
March 16, 2022 // On Wednesday, when announcing the appeal, Catanzara said: “I don’t know what happens over the next 72 hours. All I can tell you is we are not going to stop punching. This easily can be all averted before this cliff becomes a reality.” Catanzara in recent weeks has sounded the alarm over what he said will be a “bloodbath” in Chicago if his predictions of a mass resignation come true.
Port Authority union seeks preliminary injunction against agency’s vaccine mandate
February 28, 2022 // The ATU Local 85 has filed a grievance and a charge with the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board alleging that the Port Authority violated the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Act by implementing the mandate without first bargaining with the union.
The vaccine mandate for Philadelphia city employees keeps getting delayed due to labor disputes
January 21, 2022 // The city’s 3,300 nonunion employees have been subject to a vaccine mandate since December, and the city has seen 99% compliance with the rule, the mayor’s office said. The city’s four major unions each sought separate agreements with the administration over how the vaccine mandate would be managed, delaying its implementation until the labor disputes are resolved.
Many Maryland state government workers will get raises under new contracts
December 20, 2021 // Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration has reached agreements with multiple unions that will mean raises for many state employees.