Bargaining update for Friday, May 29
State Negotiators Propose Reduction in Pay through Two-Day PLP Program


On Friday, May 29, 2020, Local 1000’s bargaining team returned to the table with state negotiators and received the state’s first proposal which outlined a 9.23 percent pay cut.

The state’s proposal would use a Personal Leave Program (PLP) to achieve the payroll reduction. The PLP would take the form of a two-day or 16 hour a month reduction in this fiscal year and would end with the June 2021 pay period.

After receiving the state’s proposal on Friday, Local 1000 President Yvonne R. Walker said she would take it back to the bargaining team for review. You can watch President Walker’s video recap here.

The Local 1000 Bargaining Team will go back to the negotiation table with the state on Monday, June 1, 2020.

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