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Analysis of the tentative MOU for California Statewide Law Enforcement Association

Analysis of the tentative MOU for California Statewide Law Enforcement Association

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Published by Jon Ortiz
A review of the contract negotiated between state Bargaining Unit 7 and Gov. Jerry Brown
A review of the contract negotiated between state Bargaining Unit 7 and Gov. Jerry Brown

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Published by: Jon Ortiz on Sep 03, 2013
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Presented to:The California LegislaturePursuant to Section 19829.5 of the Government Code
MOU Fiscal Analysis:Bargaining Unit 7
L E G I S L A T I V E A N A L Y S T S O F F I C E
 
September 3, 2013
LAO
70 YEARS OF SERVICE
 
1LEGISLATIVE ANALYST’S OFFICE
September 3, 2013
LAO
70 YEARS OF SERVICE
 
Ralph C. Dills Act Provides for State Employee Collective Bargaining.
With passage of the Dills Act in 1977, theLegislature authorized collective bargaining between rank-and-file state employees organized into bargaining units and theGovernor. About 180,000 full-time equivalent (FTE) positionsare represented by 1 of the state’s 21 bargaining units inthe collective bargaining process. In collective bargaining,bargaining units are represented by unions and the Governor isrepresented by the California Department of Human Resources.The product of the collective bargaining process is an MOU thatestablishes the terms and conditions of employment for rank-and-file state employees.
 
Legislature and Employees Must Ratify MOUs.
An MOUmust be ratified by the Legislature and bargaining unit membersin order to take effect. In addition, under the Dills Act, theLegislature generally may choose whether to appropriate fundsin each annual budget to continue the financial provisions ofMOUs.
 
Fiscal Analysis Required by State Law.
Section 19829.5 ofthe Government Code—approved by the Legislature in 2005—requires the Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) to issue a fiscalanalysis of proposed MOUs.
MOU for Bargaining Unit 7 Now Before Legislature.
TheUnit 7 MOU expired in July 2013. Under the Dills Act, provisionsof an expired MOU remain in effect until a new MOU is ratifiedby the Legislature and bargaining unit members. A tentativeagreement between the bargaining unit and the Governor toreplace the expired MOU is now before the Legislature forapproval. The proposed MOU would expire July 1, 2016.
State Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) Process
 
2LEGISLATIVE ANALYST’S OFFICE
September 3, 2013
LAO
70 YEARS OF SERVICE
 
Common Elements in 2010-11 MOUs.
During fiscal year2010-11, the Legislature ratified new MOUs for all 21 bargainingunits. The figure compares similar major provisions from theseMOUs. While the nine bargaining units represented by ServiceEmployees International Union, Local 1000 (Local 1000) nowwork under new MOUs ratified by the Legislature in July 2013, allother state bargaining units work under the 2010-11 MOUs. Withthe exception of Units 5 and 8, all 2010-11 MOUs expired in July2013. We discuss major provisions of the expired Unit 7 MOUlater in this report. For additional information, refer to past MOUanalyses posted on our website.
Common Provisions of State MOUsRatified in 2010-11
Bargaining Unit(Percent of Workforce)
Months ofPersonalLeaveProgramEmployee Pension ContributionProfessionalor PersonalDevelopmentDaysTop StepIncreasein 2012 or2013Miscellaneousand Industrial SafetyPoliceOfficer,Firefighter,and PatrolMOUs That Expired July 2013
1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 15, 17, 20, and 21—SEIU Local 1000 (42.8%)248%9%23%2Attorneys (1.8)24910546Correctional Peace Ofcers (12.3)24811%23 - 47—Protective Services and PublicSafety (3.3)24891022 - 39Professional Engineers (4.9)12
a
892310Professional Scientic (1.2)24892312Craft and Maintenance (5.1)2410112513Stationary Engineers (0.4)12
a
10112516—Physicians, Dentists, andPodiatrists (0.7)2410112518Psychiatric Technicians (2.7)2410112519—Health and Social Services/ Professionals (2.2)24101125
MOUs That Expire July 2017
8Fireghters (1.7)1210104 - 5
MOUs That Expire July 2018
5Highway Patrol (3.0)1210102
aThese employees also received 12 months of furlough.

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