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NFOP Collective Bargaining Seminar November 11 - 14, 2014 in San Diego, CA The California State FOP is hosting the NFOP Collective Bargaining Seminar November 11–14, 2014 in San Diego, CA.
Unions' benefits to government outweigh their minimal costs, OPM finds Unions and collective bargaining are beneficial in civil service – and come at a low cost to the government, according to a new report from the Office of Personnel Management.
Appellate court upholds ruling that city violated Sunshine law during pension talks JACKSONVILLE, FL – A Tallahassee appellate court Tuesday upheld a local ruling that the city of Jacksonville violated the state's Government in the Sunshine law during pension negotiations in 2013.
Tempers flare at police union contract talks SAN ANTONIO, TX – For the first time since the San Antonio Police Officers Association and the city restarted contract negotiations in September, tempers on both sides flared Tuesday as the union made a surprising counterproposal on health care.
City, police union agree on new 2-year contract CINCINNATI, OH – After months of negotiations, the city of Cincinnati and its police union has agreed on the first contract since 2008.
Police union OKs new contract with city ROCHESTER, NY – City of Rochester police officers will get a 3 percent raise retroactively this year and in 2016, and a 2 percent raise in 2015 as part of a three-year contract agreement, officials announced Monday.
County bargaining discussions begin CLINTON, IA – Clinton County collective bargaining is well underway and initial proposals are calling for wage increases all across the board.
Vote Monday on budget MISHAWAKA, IN – Mishawaka proposal has money for 1 percent raises.
Connecticut business, labor dig in heels over public pension plan HARTFORD, CT – Round two is about to begin in the fight between business and organized labor over Connecticut's proposed public retirement plan.
Chicago police union ratifies contract with city CHICAGO, IL – Chicago's Fraternal Order of Police has ratified a five-year contract with the city that calls for an 11 percent pay increase retroactive from July 2012.
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