ITEMS STILL IN DISPUTE - 10/24/2005

ARTICLE

EMPLOYER

UNION

Article 6, Seniority

 

 

Remove reference to Super Department

Include reference to Super Department. (Status Quo)

 

Article 7, Grievance Procedure

Discuss appropriate use of e-mail.

 

Status Quo

Article 9, Work Schedules Premium Pay

Section 8, $.65/hour Shift Differential (Status Quo)

 

 

Section 13, $.45/hour Weekend Differential (Status Quo)

 

Section 15, $35.00/payroll period and $6.00/day (Status Quo)

Section 8, $1.00/hour Shift Differential and four (4) hour qualifying period.

 

Section 13, $.75/hour Weekend Differential.

 

Section 15, $75.00/payroll period for Bi-Lingual pay (regular assignment), and $10.00/day (occasional duty).

 

Article 11, Vacations

184 hours (23 days) at top of schedule (Status Quo)

200 hours (25 days) at top of schedule.

 

Article 16, Funeral Leave

 

 

Twenty-four (24) hours per occurrence to a max of forty-eight (48) hours per year.  (Status Quo)

 

Status Quo (8 hours)

Up to forty-eight (48) hours per year.  Could be used for single funeral.

 

Employee assignment to ten (10) hours shifts should receive up to 30 hours of funeral leave.

Article 22:  Insurance

2006 Employer Contribution:

$411.19/month for single

$901.59/month for family

 

2007 Employer Contribution:

$446.63/month for single

$976.09/month for family

 

NOTE:  EMPLOYER TO EXPLAIN ERROR IN 10/10/2005 PROPOSAL

 

 (Status Quo)

 

Eliminate retiree health insurance for new hires.

 

2006 Employer Contribution:

100% for single plan

$901.59 for family coverage

 

2007 Employer Contribution

100% for single plan

$1,129.55 for Family coverage

 

 

 

 

Dental Insurance.  Employer pays $.02 additional each year.

 

(Status Quo)

 

Article 23, Severance Pay

 

 

 

 

Section 1, $15,000 or 50% of accumulated sick leave and 100% of accumulated vacation, whichever is lesser.

Section 1, Status Quo

 

 

Article 31:  Meet and Confer

All Meet and Confer items must be reviewed for relevance.

 

Status Quo

 

 

Article 38, 39, 40 or 41:  Salary

2006

 

1% or $.15/hour, whichever is greater.

 

Plus (+) a new top step of 1.5%

(Employees at top step receive 2.5%.

 

NOTE:  Minimum increase applies only to job classes where max rate is $15.00/hour or less.

 

2007

 

1% or $.15/hour, whichever is greater.  However, Employees at top step receive 1.5%.

 

NOTE:  Minimum increase applies only to job classes where the max rate is $15.00/hour or less.

 

 

2006

 

6.5%, or $1.00/hour whichever is greater.

 

Market Adjustments for:

 

Attorney, Associate,

Attorney

Attorney, Senior

 

Clerk

 

Correctional Officer

Correctional Officer, Sr.

 

Financial Case Aide

 

Investigator

 

Legal Secretary

 

Librarian

Librarian, Associate

 

Nurse, Licensed Practical (LPN)

 

Office Specialist I

Office Specialist II

Office Specialist III

 

Probation/Parole Off

Probation/Parole Off, Sr.

Probation/Parole Off, Career

 

Public Health Nurse

 

Real Estate Clerk, Senior.

Real Estate Clerk, Principal

 

Service Center Rep

Service Center Rep. Senior

Senior Social Workers
who do same work as PHN's in ADS. 

Tax Clerk

Tax Clerk, Senior

Article 40:  Right of Contracting Services

Local 552 language at Section 2 sunsets per agreement in 2005.  Accordingly, only Section 1 shall be included in the new agreement.

 

Status Quo

Supplemental Issues and Meet and Confer topics.

Handle in Supplemental Discussions, except money items to be decided in multi-unit negotiations.

 

Handle in Supplemental Discussions.

 

Side Letters

 

 

 

Remove letter dated November 2, 1995, regarding transfer of positions to State of Minnesota.

 

Review all letters and addenda for relevance.

Status Quo.

NOTE:  The Union has numerous additional Supplemental Issues unique to particular locals listed at the back of their original proposal.

ADDITIONAL NOTE: REFER TO "UNION INITIAL PROPOSAL" FOR SPECIFICS.