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“It’s okay to have passions, but not here,” said Carl Dvorak, president of the 10,000-person Madison-area company, in a recording leaked Monday. “This isn't the platform to fight for your social cause.”
The case involves a man whose job offer was rescinded after the company learned of 8 previous convictions for sexual assault, strangulation and battery.
The district updates its public dashboard weekly on Wednesdays and includes cumulative numbers since Aug. 18 as well as cases and quarantines from the past 14 days.
The Madison Metropolitan School District became the second in Wisconsin with a staff vaccine mandate Monday after the School Board approved a plan from the administration.
Nelson believes unions have for too long bowed to corporate threats and rolled over for Republican union-busting policies that have cut deeply into union membership.
All Madison Metropolitan School District employees, contractors and volunteers will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 under a new plan put forth Monday by district officials.
The pandemic showed the viability of remote work, the need for flexibility, and the value of treating people well. What does that mean for the future of work?
Under a resolution up for a vote Monday, administrators would need to present a plan to the board by Sept. 20, with a vote on a plan at the Sept. 27 School Board meeting.
Five months after the coffee chain’s union vote, newly counted ballots broke the tie on Monday. In an open letter online, the company’s owners expressed disappointment, drawing backlash.