Why do we need unions if an entity like SEBAC can simply change the rules, and act as a legislative extension of the Malloy administration???
As I wrote in my last blog…the 2011 Agreement is Dead in the land of OZ…but watch for the possibility of reincarnation! Or perhaps voo-doo! Check this link:
Anyone who watches the above news video please pay attention to the deflection and non answers by SEBAC union leaders to reporters questions…this is very similar to responses ( or lack of responses) union members received in the union information sessions about the 2011 Agreement!
When you were a kid did you ever “not play with someone'” any longer because every time you played a game they changed the rules when they were losing midway through the game? We called them “cheaters’.
It seems that the SEBAC leadership thinks that when you lose you just change the rules of the game so you win.
Bottom line…The current SEBAC Union By-Laws are the Union By-Laws and were the rules of the game when Union members voted. End of Game! 80% approval is required to protect union members interests when negotiating for health and pension benefits under the current ByLaws. 14 of 15 unions needed to vote yes to ratify the agreement…only 11 of 15 did…the vote fell far short of the 80% requirement!
Should SEBAC “cheat” and attempt to change the bylaws to suit their needs…they will lose ALL credibility with ALL union members regardless whether they individually voted yes or NO! IF the current unions are not decertified, any negotiations on future agreements will be met with a 99.9% NO VOTE!
Again….why do we even need unions if an entity like SEBAC can simply change the rules, and act as a legislative extension of the Malloy administration???
Here’s a fun clip from “Weekend at Bernies” that reminds me of this whole deal!
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