Source4Teachers has been hired by the School District of Philadelphia to manage its substitute service staffing needs. On July 2, 2015, I was notified that the District intended on using Source4Teachers to staff principal absences too. At that point I directed our attorney to file a complaint to the NLRB against the SRC for an unfair labor practice.
The compensation for laid off and retired members of CASA was negotiated and defined our Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). We contend that this District action is subcontracting CASA jobs while reducing pay which is a violation of our current agreement.
I attended an orientation session earlier today and there are many questions that were left unanswered.
I sent an email to members of CASA on my list serve and encouraged those that were present at the orientation to visit the website for some additional detail.
If you were present at today's orientation and did not receive an update from me, you are not on my current list serve. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, identify yourself, and I will add you to my list serve and send the email in its entirety.