3SquaresVT is just one of many critical services that VSEA members say have greatly increased need. All the more reason to accept the VSEA offer and keep the remaining AHS employees (stretched thin as they are already) working for Vermonters in need.
Deadline extended until Monday.
"We have come up with the money," [VSEA Legislative Coordinator Conor] Casey said of the union’s offer. "Does the administration want to bargain, or is this ideology, and they just want to dismantle government?"
"At issue is a successful effort from Bayada Nurses Inc. of Moorestown, N.J., to buy Professional Nurses Service Inc. (PNS) of Vermont, which in 2005 became the first private firm to be given state permission to compete against nonprofits for clients in the home health services industry."
Rep. Davis (P-Washington) is a retired state employee and will be a speaker at the VSEA rally on September 18!
"My yardstick for success is the amount of member involvement I can generate," Hooper said. "Unionism is about individual union members being active."