The State Worker

Chronicling civil-service life for California state workers

August 31, 2011
Legislative Analyst issues summary of labor contract provisions

The Legislative Analyst's Office has issued a webcast and handout summarizing the major provisions of collective bargaining agreeements that lawmakers ratified in fiscal 2010-11.

Think of it as a sort of an analytical cleansing of the contractual palate as the first wave of state workers return to regular hours and pay after 31 months of furloughs and personal leave programs.

View the video above, read the summary below.
Summary of State Collective Bargaining Agreements

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