How do we stack up?

At tonight’s meeting we had on display a little comparison of AFSCME’s current contract offer compared to PBA and IAFF. Here is what it looked like, more or less….

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2 Year CBA, Gen, Prof, Sup, PBA, IAFF

Wages yr 1/yr 2, 4%/3%, 4%/3%, 4%/3%, 11.5 ~ 24.5%, 12 ~ 14%

Merits, 0/2.5%, 0/2.5%, 0/2.5%, Yes/2%, Slotted and 1.5%

Longevity, Yes-Slotted, Yes-Slotted, Yes-Slotted, No, Yes-Slotted

Pension, 2.5% ~ 8% No DROP No Dependant Health, 2.5%~8% No DROP, 2.5%~8% No DROP, 3% and DROP, 3.3% an DROP  and Dependent Health

Health, $40 Copay and $55 Biweekly, $40 Copay and $55 Biweekly, $40 Copay and $55 Biweekly, $40 Copay and $55 Biweekly, $40 Copay and $55 Biweekly

FSA Card E/E+1/E+2, $200/$300/$500, $200/$300/$500,  $200/$300/$500,  $200/$300/$500,  $200/$300/$500

Part Time, Health Holidays Vacation Sick 457 

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This is not everything on the negotiation table, just the stuff that is most important.

Watch this space, more as it is available.

10:30 pm Edited to make the table a bit easier to read

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