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AFSCME Ohio Council 8 health department workers will be at work keeping outdoor events food-safe and swimming pools clean and sanitary.
And our parks and recreation members will be on the job putting our public recreation centers, parks and public golf courses in top share for all to enjoy.
I have been an independent in-home care child provider in Cleveland for 14 years and I care for four children ages 14 months to 6 years.
In my opinion, Governor Kasich’s decision to rescind my collective a bargaining rights is a short-sighted, politically motivated move Ohio’s working parents will come to regret.
(“Kasich halts union rights for child care providers,” Plain Dealer, May 22) And the first thing Kasich needs to know is I am a licensed, early childhood education professional, not a babysitter.
The work I do makes a lifelong difference to my community and the children I care for.
“Without union representation, I worry that families won’t be able to find the same professionalism or standards of care for their children.
Through the union I can share my everyday experience about what works and what doesn’t, and offer improvements. Denying me my right to union representation has little to do with improving early childhood education in Ohio, and a lot to do with the governor’s political ambitions.Today’s action isn’t about doing what’s right for our state, it’s an attack on Ohio’s most vulnerable children that will limit their opportunities in the future,” said AFSCME Ohio Council 8 President John A. A loss of collective bargaining rights will mean lower-quality child care available to parents, and the loss of thousands of jobs that are largely held by women and minority workers now.This is another mean-spirited attack on working people that will hurt our families and our communities,” Lyall said. Quality child care like what we provide can be the difference between a family living on public assistance or moving into the middle class,” said independent child care provider Asyia Haile, President of AFSCME Local 4025 which represents independent child care providers in 16 central Ohio counties.We must share that legacy with our children so they better understand our nation rich history and the part each family plays.I wish you and yours a safe and happy Memorial Day. Lyall May 20th, 2015 AFSCME Local 101 City of Dayton employee June Zeis has worked for the city for 20 years.
As much as Kasich claims all is forgiven for Senate Bill 5, he still never misses a chance to take a whack at working Ohioans.