reply to post by neo96
This is your best thread so far Keep up the good work
Union workers in the Sharpsville Area School District cafeteria were the victors in a dispute with the school over what they could, and could not eat.
The grievance was based on the allegation that the school district “violated established past practice” in charging cafeteria workers for food or drinks that couldn’t be sold or consumed by students. These items would include food or drinks with expired dates or foods that had been reheated, none of which can be served to students according to safe food regulations.
so an [Snip] move by some bumbling cafeteria workers union is now a new low for unions?
you are about fall on hard times!
I suspect that the best food will find itself expired somehow on paper before it actually is
Apparently the school changed this practice without consent of the union, so they had a right to file a grievance.
Originally posted by beezzer
So the union was in violation of Food Safety & Handling Procedures.
The school stopped it.
The union soiled themselves.
The school gave in.
NOW, the union can cook and prepare extra food, mark it as expired, and nom nom nom.
Yeah. Something to be proud of.