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San Joaquin supervisors approve labor contract with county employees

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Posted: Tuesday, December 6, 2011 12:11 pm | Updated: 8:09 am, Mon Jan 9, 2012.

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors ratified an agreement with its labor union Tuesday that calls for three unpaid furlough days per year for all employees, eliminating four floating holidays for new employees and several employee concessions regarding health care coverage. The furlough days equate to a 1.15 percent salary reduction.

The agreement, approved last week by the Service Employees International Union, will save the county an estimated $16.7 million for the 18-month term of the memorandum of understanding and an ongoing annual savings of about $8.3 million, county Human Resources Director Cynthia Clays said in a report to the board. The county will also save $2.2 million annually for benefit changes for exempt, executive, senior management and confidential units, Clays said.

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  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 4:56 pm on Tue, Dec 6, 2011.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Thanks for the compromise," SEIU President Patrick Ikeda told the Board of Supervisors today. "It is painful for both sides."

    Clearly, both sides are living in Never Never Land... Painful???
    Amazing perception. I guess when you are using other people's money, unrealistic selfish attitudes like this develop naturally. The tax payer bends over again.

     
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