Probation officers and youth counselors employed by the 16th Judicial Circuit Court have begun going door-to-door to alert Kane County families about the potentially rising danger presented by approximately 3,000 criminal offenders convicted of felonies and misdemeanors not being supervised by the striking public safety workers.
(ELGIN, Ill.) – Today marks the third day of a strike by probation officers and youth counselors working in Kane County, Ill. The Teamster members are on strike protesting the lack of progress over wage negotiations and unfair labor practices committed by their employer, the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court, and calling for a fair contract to end the strike.
Probation officers and youth counselors working in Kane County, Ill., are conducting an unfair labor practice (ULP) strike starting today, in order to protest the lack of progress in negotiations and the ULP.
Members of Teamsters Local 848 working at Toyota in Southern California who stock parts for repair facilities across the Southwest voted to reject the automaker’s final contract offer and to authorize a strike recently.
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