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Combating Gender-Based Harassment –

Bringing Justice & Equity to our Workplaces

Posted on May 8, 2018 by admin

UPCOMING LABOR COUNCIL PROGRAM

 

Combating Gender-Based Harassment – Bringing Justice & Equity to our Workplaces

Tuesday, May 22, 5:30 pm, APWU Local 44, 1200 E. Euclid Ave., Des Moines

Click here to download flyer (pdf) and here for facebook event page

Join us for a UI Labor Center workshop designed for local union leaders, stewards and workers interested in developing strategies for combating gender-based harassment.  Topics will include: What is harassment, and how does it affect our workplaces and unions? Why are unions so important in the #metoo moment? What roles can individuals and local unions play in combating harassment and creating safe, equitable workplaces?

Free and open to all; dinner provided by South Central Iowa Area Federation of Labor (served from 5:00-5:45). Please RSVP for dinner and workshop: mark@scifl.org or 515-265-1862.

Sponsored by APWU 44 and South Central Iowa Area Labor Federation AFL-CIO, with support from the Iowa Federation of Labor AFL-CIO.

In Solidarity,

Mark Cooper
President
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South Central Iowa Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

2000 Walker Street Suite H
Des Moines, Iowa 50317

 


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REYNOLDS SHOWS PRIORITIES WITH LATEST ROUND OF MID-YEAR BUDGET CUTS


DES MOINES – AFSCME Council 61 President Danny Homan issued the following statement following Governor Reynolds’ signing of yet another round of mid-year budget cuts:

“This morning, Kim Reynolds signed SF2117 into law, which cut an additional $35 million from the budget that was approved by the legislature last year. There are only three months left to absorb these massive cuts in state government, which is not only irresponsible, but also dangerous.

“This is the second year in a row that the Reynolds administration has had to pull money from the current budget just to pay the bills. Why? Because tax breaks for her donors and big businesses are more important than the hardworking employees who make our state happen. This budget nightmare was signed into law all while she is trying to push over $1 billion in tax cuts through the legislature. This will obliterate our state’s finances just like it did to Kansas.

“The sad thing is, everyday Iowans are going to pay the price for her irresponsibility. When we cut our regents by millions, students and their families see their debt increase. When we cut corrections by millions, safety in our prisons deteriorates. When we cut DHS by millions, kids in our foster care system suffer. Iowans should brace themselves for the impact of these cuts. Iowans deserve more competent leadership and they should demand it at the polls in November.”

Department — SF 2117 Cuts
-Department of Human Services $4.3 million
-Board of Regents $10.9 million
-Community Colleges $500 thousand
-Judicial Branch $1.6 million
-Department of Corrections $3.4 million
-Department of Education $784 thousand
-Department of Public Health $662 thousand
-Iowa Workforce Development $167 thousand
-State Public Defender $236 thousand
-Iowa Public Television $68 thousand
-Department of Inspections and Appeals $102 thousand
-Department of Revenue $528 thousand
-Department of Agriculture $188 thousand
-Department of Justice $378 thousand
-Department on Aging $110 thousand
-Department of Public Safety $200 thousand
-Department of Natural Resources $123 thousand
-Economic Development $158 thousand
-Iowa Skilled Worker & Job Creation Fund $10 million











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