Young Student Holds Sign To Support Teacher In Contract Dispute
On behalf of The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation posted in Contract Disputes on Thursday, October 12, 2017.
California parents would understandably be worried if nearly 600 of their local elementary school teachers went on strike. Who knows if that's what a particular group of teachers in another state will wind up doing. They are currently involved in a contract dispute that doesn't appear to have an end in site.
The main issues of the raging contract dispute are said to be wages and health care benefits. Administrators say they are working on a fair deal. They also publicly acknowledged how important the teaching staff is in the community.
The teachers reportedly do not agree with the administration's assessment that it's doing everything possible to peacefully resolve the issue. Their prior contract expired during the summer months. Members of the local school community gathered in support of the teachers, who are asking for better pay and fair treatment. One mother's 9-year-old son was photographed as he stood among a large crowd and held a poster, telling officials to give his teacher a fair deal.
Negotiations in California businesses are often challenging. That's one of many reasons most state residents act alongside experienced business and commercial law attorneys before addressing such matters in court. With appropriate, experienced guidance, the chances of obtaining a positive outcome are greatly increased. Whether a contract dispute includes nearly 600 people (as this one does) or only two, with diligent research ahead of time and a careful choice of a legal representative, a swift and economical solution can often be found without stepping inside a courtroom.