Union Determined to Send Laid Off Camden County College Employees Back to Work

A total of 50 workers were laid off without warning last week, the Courier Post reports.

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The union that represents 50 workers who were laid off by Camden County College last weekend are determined to get those jobs back, the Courier Post reports.

The workers were laid off without warning last week, with one former employee telling the newspaper he worked on Friday and received the call Saturday that he was being let go.

For more, visit courierpostonline.com.
Bea Coyle June 15, 2014 at 02:44 PM
This is a disgrace. Some of those employees had 24 years in and now lost their retirement. They were locked out and escorted from the College as if they had committed a crime. They say money is the reason. But you will never see any actual savings. They outsourced the work to a company and they are not working for free. Its about ending Unions and fulfilling obligations that they have due to other ties within the County and Political Groups.
EaglesFan856 June 15, 2014 at 04:22 PM
absolutely ridiculous


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