Hello, my name is Sonya Burks. I am a resident of the Atlanta metropolitan area. My roots started in Jackson, Mississippi, where I earned a Ph.D. in Science degree from Jackson State University, where I received the sonic boom. Prior to moving to Atlanta, GA eight years ago with my husband and three children, I was assistant program director for AmeriCorps, NCCC, which supported emergency management. In addition, I worked for 13 years for the Minority Capital Fund of MS Inc. (MinCap), a non-profit organization that provided small minority and female loans. During my tenure, I held many positions within the Agency, including the Acting Director, who managed a multi-million dollar portfolio of commercial loans. My professional experience spans more than 20 years. I coordinated and led major national service projects, worked with FEMA to immediately provide boots at the site in response to the reported disaster across the country; Served on a voluntary detail in Orlando, Florida and Guaynabo, in response to Hurricane Harvey and IMRA. In addition, I have worked in various functions for the U.S.
Business Administration over the past 10 years. Currently, I am a Paralegal specialist for Region IV. My office is located in the Georgia District Office, where I legally support the states of Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia. Hello, my name is Johnnie Green, local president of AFGE Local 228. I represented Local 228 in the development and ratification of the 2013 Master Labor Agreement. I represent 228 AFGE Local members and bargaining unit staff in complaints, unfair labour practices and EEO submissions. I am a mediator of change and fair working practices for all employees of the SBA bargaining unit. I am at the Little Rock Commercial Loan Servicing Center, where I am a loan sales agent. I`ve been working at the Little Rock Loan Servicing Center for 19 years. I have 20 school companies and the exclusive representation of the company can negotiate informally before September 15. Formal negotiations will begin on 15 September and must be completed by 15 November. Information on the public hearing prior to formal negotiations and the two public meetings can be found in the Practioner`s Guide to Bargaining and Impasse.
If the parties are unable to conclude a contract and ratify it before 15 November, the IEERB declares the impasse and calls in a mediator. The Ombudsman has 30 days to meet 1 to 3 times with the parties to settle the contract. If the parties did not count at the end of the conciliation period, they will have to submit and exchange a final offer. On that date, the IEERB will appoint a fact-seeker. The Factfinder will conduct an investigation and hearing and select the last, best offer of a party or a last, best common offer as a collective agreement of the parties. My name is Heather W. Hines Union Steward Local 228. As a public affairs specialist for the SBA`s South Florida regional office, Heather is responsible for raising awareness and supporting the small business mission. It also coordinates media engagements; Publication of press releases, success stories in the marketplace and other information and information from the administration to several print, online and broadcast media in the 24 counties of the district and serves as the district`s leading attorney. Ms. Clements received a bachelor`s degree in English from George Mason University and a master`s degree in communications management from Syracuse University`s Newhouse School of Public Communications.
. QT Questionnaire Form – 20140311 PDF QUESTIONNAIRE FORMULAIRE-20140311 Word Court of Federal Claims decided to Martin v. United States that the government violates the FLSA by not paying the minimum wage on regular pay days provided by employees during the October 2013 Shutdown. The staff agency requests data on the use of the union`s official time, Telework Mandatory topics of negotiation in IC 20-29-6-4 are salary, wages and wages and salaries related to ancillary benefits, including accident, illness, health, dentistry, vision, life, disability, retirement, and paid leave (IC 20-28-9-11) are permitted to negotiate.