As we head into the throes of winter make sure you are knowledgeable about the rights afforded to you under Article 51 “University Closings” of our contact, which can be found here. County employees should follow the operating status for county facilities, not Rutgers, in regards to university closings. The Rutgers policy on “ATTENDANCE DURING ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS”, also known as policy 60.3.16 can be found at http://policies.rutgers.edu/sites/policies/files/60.3.16%20-%20current_3.pdf. During inclement weather employees should be aware of the University’s Operating Status by checking their campus’ homepage. Also become familiar with Rutgers’ Emergency Action Plan, which can be found at http://eap.oit-nbcs.rutgers.edu/eap.html. A great way to stay on top of the campus emergency status is to be registered with the Rutgers Emergency Notification System (ENS) which can be done at this link. To our brothers and sisters working through the storm; thank you and work safely!
ELECTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES: NJ 2017 EDITION
New Jersey is one of only two states with elections in 2017. Who will succeed Chris Christie? Do you care?
On February 20, URA kicks off a series of Candidate nights with Asm. John Wisniewski, Candidate for the Democratic nomination. Join us at the Busch Student Center at 5:30 pm, Room 117. Membership applications are always available at the door.
Coping With A Growing Workload: Know Your Rights
TABER FUBAR…Chart of accounts…doing more with less …Too much work and too little staff. URA members find our workload growing and our work hours stretching. Here’s a brief guide to overtime, comp time and meal breaks…
Actions Louder Than Words:
January 31 @ 5:00 pm — 7:00 pm
February 1 @ 2:30 pm — 4:00 pm
February 1 @ 6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
February 20 @ 5:30 pm — 7:00 pm
The AFL-CIO Women in Leadership Development (WILD) Conference will take place on Friday evening, March 3 and Saturday morning, March 4. The conference offers new and enlightening insights into building leadership skills, women’s labor history and the fight for our economic future.