“Without union representation, I worry that families won’t be able to find the same professionalism or standards of care for their children.
This will probably drive some providers out of business or discourage talented professionals from entering the industry at all.
Still lively and engaged in many activities, including editing her high school alumni newspaper, she lives with her youngest son.
“He just turned 65 and would like to retire, but he says he can’t as long as his mother is still working,” she joked.
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.
Without a voice on the job, I believe many providers will leave the profession and many talented individuals will be discouraged to take up early childhood development as a career.
Although the celestial beginning of summer isn’t for another three weeks, today is recognized as the day when summer events officially commence.
It makes me proud to know that on Memorial Day, and the summer days that follow, millions of Ohioans will be able take to the streets and highways to enjoy our public recreation, historical sites, zoos, and festivals because of the vital work you do.
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.
May 22nd, 2015 Worthington, Ohio–Canceling collective bargaining rights for independent, in-home child care providers takes Ohio’s working families another step backward. John Kasich’s move affects more than 2,700 of the state’s independent child care providers who provide home-based care for an estimated 20,000 children. Ted Strickland in 2008, is nearing the end of its contract with the state which expires at the end of June.
“Every investment in early education is an investment in a child’s future. Kasich has repeatedly targeted Ohio workers since taking office, and he’s continuing that pattern today.
Ultimately, this move will be bad for Ohio’s working families and for our communities,” she said.
May 22nd, 2015 Like Americans have for the past 150 years, every spring we celebrate this holiday called “Memorial Day” which traditionally marks the beginning of summer.