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Mr. Jack Golodner

Wrong Jack Golodner?

President of the Department

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
AFL-CIO
815 16Th St., N.W.
Washington D.C. , District of Columbia 20006
United States

Company Description: The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) is a voluntary federation of 61 national and international labor unions. The...   more
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  • BS degree
    Cornell
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Jan. 19, 2001 Newsletter
www.speea.org [cached]
We are honored that our International President, Paul Almeida, has been chosen to replace retiring Jack Golodner as President of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees.
Newsletter - January 5, 2001
www.speea.org [cached]
* Executive Director Charles Bofferding reported: SPEEA has hired three new contract administrators, two in Puget Sound and one in Wichita ... SPEEA has been in contact with the Bon Marche about their advertising in the struck newspapers ... IFPTE President Paul Almeida will be replacing retiring Jack Golodner as President of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees (we wish Paul well, but now must find a replacement) ... Wichita's top management has expressed an earnest desire to make the upcoming negotiations a problem-solving event. (Wichita is now the most highly-organized site at Boeing.) It's great to see the enthusiasm among the new Council Reps in Wichita!
We are honored that our International ...
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We are honored that our International President, Paul Almeida, has been chosen to replace retiring Jack Golodner as President of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees.
* Executive Director Charles Bofferding ...
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* Executive Director Charles Bofferding reported: SPEEA has hired three new contract administrators, two in Puget Sound and one in Wichita ... SPEEA has been in contact with the Bon Marche about their advertising in the struck newspapers ... IFPTE President Paul Almeida will be replacing retiring Jack Golodner as President of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees (we wish Paul well, but now must find a replacement) ... Wichita's top management has expressed an earnest desire to make the upcoming negotiations a problem-solving event. (Wichita is now the most highly-organized site at Boeing.) It's great to see the enthusiasm among the new Council Reps in Wichita!
MusicalAmerica - Special Reports
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We also met with Jack Golodner, then president of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees. I explained the problem the new law (IMMACT90) posed, and that I'd been unable to find anyone in the House of Representatives, which had originated the provisions in question, willing to take responsibility for them. Asked by Tinker for his reaction to this state of affairs, Golodner responded with a shrug, saying, "I really have no idea how they got there."
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Still, I think Golodner had the easier time of it, as AGMA and IATSE have a lot more in common than, say, Dance/USA and the Big Apple Circus.
Nine months of meetings and negotiations followed, and I spent more time herding my arts-related cats than meeting with Golodner. The former had two very understandable problems: they knew virtually nothing about immigration law and procedure, and they distrusted organized labor. This meant that, while I was bringing the arts-related coalition up to speed on immigration law, I had to negotiate with Golodner simply to come up with concepts and talking points I could use to illustrate the problems and possible solutions to my own coalition members. I suspect Golodner was doing the same on his side.
The Consensus, the Bill, the Law With the able assistance of Mr. Swartz, a seasoned coalition expert who knew how to bang heads, a lot of back and forth with Golodner, and some interesting meetings with Golodner's coalition members, we eventually found common ground.
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