The former president of the judicial employees’ union who spent nearly a year on paid union leave time under a deal with the Judicial Department is now campaigning to become president of Connecticut Police and
AFSCME Local 749
In a June 8 letter to their 1,500 members who work in Connecticut’s judicial system, AFSCME Local 749 President Ron Nelson warned of an effort to lure members away from AFSCME to a new union.
In response to a Freedom of Information request submitted by Yankee Institute, the Connecticut Judicial Department provided a list of grievances that were dropped by AFSCME Local 749 in exchange for granting the union’s president
A decision handed down by the State Board of Labor Relations in January offers details of a stipulated agreement between the Connecticut Judicial Department and AFSCME Local 749, which led to Local 749's former president,
Former president of AFSCME Local 749, Charles Della Rocco, spent nearly an entire year on union business leave, according to time sheets obtained under a Freedom of Information request. Della Rocco served as a police
AFSCME International and AFSCME Council 4 are pushing to remove Charles “Chuck” DellaRocco from his position as head of AFSCME Local 749, part of an ongoing conflict between between the two organizations that has spurred
A one-page, handwritten memorandum of agreement between the Connecticut Judicial Branch and the court monitors’ union has further postponed cost-saving recommendations made nine years ago by a special state committee until 2021, according to a
In the event of layoffs, unions determine which members are let go based on seniority, but the latest contract for Judicial Employees Local 749 added a new roster of members eligible for “super-seniority” who are
The U.S. Department of Labor has ruled in favor of a challenge to the election of Jody Barr as executive director of AFSCME Council 4, according to emails from AFSCME Chief of Staff Troy Raccuia.