Friday, March 2, 2012

State grievance requirement left unchecked - JSOnline

Madison - Most local governments around Wisconsin - including southeastern Wisconsin - have set up a grievance procedure for allegedly wronged employees as a replacement to the union bargaining elements repealed last year by Republicans. But months after the deadline, it's impossible to know whether all the many hundreds of local governments and schools in the state have complied with the new requirement in state law. …. Rick Badger, executive director of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 40, said he believes most local governments, including those in southeastern Wisconsin, have put at least a grievance system in place. But he said they varied widely and didn't necessarily provide much protection for employees.

State grievance requirement left unchecked - JSOnline

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