Afscme Collective Bargaining Agreement

The chief negotiator of the state of Iowa negotiates collective agreements with three union groups. Click on the links below to see the current contracts with each of these groups. We got together and earned pay rises, protected health care, raised the minimum wage and much more! Our 2019-2021 collective agreements will come into effect this month. Download your contract below. 4. The language of the contract that is gender neutral and an agreement to meet and transmit to identify and discuss good practices in respectful and welcoming employment for transgender, non-sex and non-binary workers. Collective Agreement between the University of Minnesota and AFSCME Locals 3800 – 3801 Council 5, AFL-CIO Clerical – Office Unit Our clerical bargaining committee wants to thank the more than 1,000 members who have signed petitions, sent emails, came for rallies, brought Green Friday and spoke to their colleagues, and #FightForOurFuture leaders. Thanks to your best efforts, we have a treaty in which members will make real economic progress. .

These are in addition to the regular increases of 2% not that people receive on their birthday. This means a total of 8.5% (compounding) within 2 years for people in the range, and 4.5% (compounding) within two years for those at the top of the field. . – Be sure to come to our meeting next week to learn more about the vote, thank the negotiating committee and enjoy a union community. We will have a shortened diary, followed by a potluck dinner! The meeting is Tuesday, December 17 at 5:30 p.m. at Peik Hall Room 48 (East Bank), with video connections for the Greater Minnesota Area. SvenErik Olsen, Co-Chair; Andy Carhart; Rosetta Chears; Cherrene Horazuk; Mary Lou Garza; Amanda Greenhart; Geraldine Hughes; Meron Negussie; Sandy Modin . . 2. Between 2 and 9 steps are removed from the base of each ranking and each in the eliminated steps is moved to the new lower step.

The base salary for high-level office classes increases from 2 to 18%. Click on THIS LIEN or PDF below to see and download. 2019 – 2021 Iowa Collective Agreement snd AFSCME, Council 61, AFL-CIO PDF . 3. A $500 package for all employees with 15 years of age or more of university service as of May 1, 2020. Here are the highlights of the preliminary agreement 2019-2021, concluded on December 11; it lasted nearly 6 months of organization and disactive hundreds of members, but there are many gains that were worth the wait! A more detailed list of changes will be provided during lunchtime briefings during the week of January 6. Details of these meetings will be sent out soon. Members will be able to vote on our new treaty in the week of 13 January. We will vote on each of our local campuses, with an e-mail-in option for members who do not work on a campus. The notification of the vote is sent to the members` residence addresses. The Evergreen State College, Student Support Services Unit (TESC SSSU) Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)CBA with tracked changes .

2019 – 2021 Agreement between the State of Iowa and SPOC PDF 5. We also agreed on a meeting and conference on climate change; Language that clarifies the obligation to leave sick for the organization of child care services; a number of declarations of intent (MOUs) on the back of the treaty have been deferred to certain articles or annexes; and referred several questions to the Employment Services Committees for further discussion. State (GG) Collective Agreement (CBA) CBA with amendments followed . . . . . .

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