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Rapid City Area Teachers Headed to Mediation
10/4/2018 3:17:41 PM
Description: Rapid City Area Teachers and members of the school board are headed to mediation to resolve their ongoing contract dispute. It has been just a year since the same occurred in the school district. In 2017, teachers and paraprofessionals spent a


Mediation Stalls in Gateway Casino Dispute
8/4/2018 4:57:07 PM
Description: The mediation between Gateway Casino and its more than 675 employees who are members of the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) have stalled.  Proceedings came to a halt the same day hundreds of people jointed the picket


Successful Mediation for Sidney Teachers
7/20/2018 7:23:25 PM
Description: Mediation has proven successful for the Sidney Education Association’s teachers’ union and the Sidney School Board.  The two groups reached a tentative three-year contract deal that will move them forward out of their ongoing


South Dakota Teachers and District Headed Back to Mediation
7/20/2018 7:16:20 PM
Description: Teachers from the western South Dakota county of Meade and the Meade school district are headed back to mediation.  The two sides are in dispute over contract issues and have been negotiating for some time.  The mediation for the two sides


Teamsters Union Postpones Strike during Mediation Attempt
4/16/2018 6:12:19 PM
Description:   Mediation quelled the possibility of a strike regarding the dispute between union employees and the Mahoning County Engineer’s Office.  Teamsters Local 377 issued a strike notice 10 days before they intended to walk out, but then


Ripley School District Likely to Bring in Third-party Mediator
1/29/2018 7:38:42 PM
Description: Those familiar with the allegations against the Ripley’s teachers’ union’s former president believe bringing in a third-party mediator would be beneficial for resolving the dispute.  Many are questioning the most recent


Mediation on the Horizon for Byron School District and Teachers
1/22/2018 10:48:13 PM
Description: The latest budget was unanimously approved in mid-December by the Byron school board members.  The board assumed the three unions would accept the wage freeze when they approved the budget, based on contract talks that had taken place the week


Teacher’s Union and Town of Holliston Headed to Mediation
12/16/2017 3:05:52 PM
Description: Mediation began recently between the Town of Holliston and the district’s teachers’ union.  This occurs three months after the contract expired.  According to the School Committee Chairwoman Anne Louise Hanstad, the two sides


Mediation Could Resolve Dispute over Memphis Confederate Statue
12/6/2017 11:25:36 PM
Description: Ongoing community disputes over historical statues has reached the city of Memphis, and now, mediation could be used to resolve the matter.   In a dispute between the city and the Sons of Confederate Veterans, a mediator will attempt to


Program Teaches Mediation Skills to Kids at Island School
11/13/2017 4:55:46 PM
Description: Seven students from the Island School recently participated in a peer mediation program that will help them learn skills for resolving conflict peacefully.  The program has run for eight weeks and takes place at lunch time and during