You’ve been fired. According to your employer’s data, your facial expressions showed you were insubordinate and not trustworthy. You also move your hands at a rate that is considered substandard. Other companies you may want to work for could receive this data, making it difficult for you to find other work in this field. That may sound […]
” We are living history,” was the sentiment of Greg Phillips, Harrison County Education Association Vice-President at our last union meeting. He’s certainly qualified to male that call, being a history teacher at Robert C. Byrd High School, as well as holding a Masters Degree. Greg came to our meeting to lay out the facts […]
We had a great meeting this month. We had a good turn out of members and a guest speaker from a local teachers union. We covered an array of topics and had some good discussions. We also went over what to expect with the new contract implementation coming up just before our big outage. The […]
Invasive Technology Controlling Workers
(February 25, 2018)
We Love Our Teachers!
(February 22, 2018)
February’s Monthly Meeting Update
(February 15, 2018)
Time To Decide!
(February 10, 2018)
UWUA Local 304 Supports Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program
(December 4, 2017)
Why Union Jobs Matter!
(December 3, 2017)
Union is a union is a union…
(November 26, 2017)
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