Evergreen has completed the draft compensation study for the General Bargaining Unit. The Union is scheduled to meet with the City on Thursday, September 3rd @ 2 PM in City Hall room 215 for Evergreen to present their findings. Click here to read the draft report ->> Draft Report – Compensation Study for the City of Hollywood FL (AFSCME).
Professional and Supervisory Bargaining Units negotiation session is scheduled for this Tuesday, September 1st @ 2 PM in City hall room 215.
The City held a Joint City/CRA workshop in which the CRA has agreed to work with the City to give back money to the City’s General Fund. Hats off to Commissioner Callari for pointing out that it is very disappointing that this offer wasn’t made during “Financial Urgency” (FU). The CRA’s response was basically – nobody asked (seriously).
Any General Bargaining Unit members who are due a FY 2015 merit increase (not topped out), but either has a past due performance review, or has received a satisfactory review but has not received their PA for the increase, please contact HR if you have not already. President Chris Cassidy has brought this issue to the attention of Tammie Hechler, HR Director, who has sent the message to the Departments to process the PA’s per the contract.
Finally, please see the message below from AFSCME International President Lee Saunders about an upcoming Town Hall meeting for the 2016 Presidential election.
On your AFSCME membership card
On the mailing label of your WORKSmagazine
Call Membership Services at 1-855-AFSCME1 (1-855-237-2631) betweenMonday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET.
Request your membership number be emailed to you when you register. (Note: this may cause a delay in your registration being processed.)
It’s more important than ever that we elect candidates who are strong allies for working people. I hope you will join us. Register here.
In solidarity, Lee Saunders PRESIDENT
Laura Reyes SECRETARY-TREASURER
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