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Abraxas I is planning to operate through any strike with qualified employees from other facilities and all employees who want to continue to work, according to the press release.
"Any employee who wishes to work may do so at the current wages, benefits and other terms or conditions of employment," the release said.
"While we propose increases in employee contributions for medical benefits, our wage proposal also ensures that all employees would receive a real wage increase to offset the increased employee medical contribution.
Our request for increased employee medical contributions is consistent with what many unions and employers have agreed to in the face of rising costs of health care." Abraxas I proposes maintaining an HMO medical plan for current employees, but employees hired after ratification would only be able to participate in a PPO plan.
February 22, 2008 The Derrick Two Philadelphia men were charged for their actions during separate riots that broke out this week at Cornell Abraxas I in Marienville.
January 11, 2007 The Courier Express In a last-ditch effort to forestall a strike, representatives of Abraxas I and members of PSSU Local 668 have agreed to meet Friday, according to a press release issued by Abraxas Wednesday."Abraxas I will not implement its final offer until an agreement is reached." Abraxas I has informed its client-referring agencies about the strike and the company's plans to operate in the interim.It has also decided to stop admitting new residents and plans to accelerate the discharge of residents who are approved for discharge by the courts, said the press release. 3, Abraxas Youth and Family Services received notification that the members of SEIU Local 668 rejected the company's offer of Dec. Local 668 also issued a 10-day strike notice, which indicates it plans to strike at a.m. James Newsome, program director at Abraxas I, said, "We are very disappointed that the union and its members rejected this offer.It was a very fair offer given the economic realities of the Youth and Family Services business.
"Our most recent offer includes wage increases ranging from 8.5 percent to 12.25 percent over the proposed three-year agreement," he said.Newsome said the HMO plan is a very expensive benefit.