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  • Contract Negotiation Tactics

    From the article:
    The city is offering officers a 14.9 percent raise over four years, while the union is asking for a 21 percent raise.
    O'Connor (the Deputy Mayor) said the city's package works out to an average raise of 3.7 percent a year, much higher than the 2 to 2.5 percent raises most other city employees have received.

    Our Mayor hasn't been sitting down with us, nor has his Chief Deputy, instead they sit with the Colts. We are a bit insulted as a whole as the County SD got a contract higher than we are being offered. Not to mention, we seem to feel that we don't do the same job as other city workers (apples and oranges).

    Question for You. What tactics have you tried in getting a better contract?

    We are under the belief that blue flu or work speed up is detrimental due to poor pr. I tend to agree.

    Thus far, we are working as normal. Some public protests have been conducted, such as a picket at the government building, but anyone else have tactics they have used when dealing with a negotiating team that until recently actually failed to show to the table. We are now negotiating with a federal mediator. Just curious
    Do your best, do what is right

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