Home / News (page 2522) /


District employees get chance for trial

A summary judgment was not the proper remedy in a dispute between school district employees, their unions and the school district, the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District ruled. In Independence-National Education Association(INEA), Independence Transportation Employees Association (ITEA), ...

Read More »

Man acquitted of abuse awarded $170,000

A Missouri father who was acquitted of sex abuse charges made during a custody battle has won nearly $170,000 in a malicious prosecution case. William Bather of Liberty, Mo., claimed that his ex-wife obtained a three-count grand jury indictment against ...

Read More »

Lack of training blamed for limitations

Specific and practical training has been identified as the reason for poor performance levels among rank-and-file workers and their immediate supervisors. In turn, only one of two employees believes their employer has done a good job of providing them with ...

Read More »