Education Minnesota President, Denise Specht’s message: The negotiations for our new contracts this spring are the chance to complete the work that started a year ago when so many of us campaigned to elect the first pro-education majorities to lead state government in a decade. Read more.
Education Minnesota continues its work on pension improvements this legislative session as it always has. Legislation has been introduced and debate has begun, members across the state are engaging in their local and state advocacy plans to get legislative support and Education Minnesota staff have been meeting with legislators and the governor regularly and continue to push them to increase their support for educator pensions. Read more.
THIS INFORMATION WAS SUBMITTED BY THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY. Editor’s note: If you believe your employer is not complying with any of the rights discussed in this article, please contact your Education Minnesota field staff for assistance. Read more.
As much as we would like to believe that child labor no longer exists in our country or our state, that is sadly not the case. In December, a Wisconsin company called Packers Sanitation Services, Inc., agreed to pay a $1.5 million civil penalty…Read more