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THIS PRINT COVERS CALENDAR ITEM NO.:  18.2

 

SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

City and County of San Francisco

 

DIVISION:    Administration

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

 

Approving amendments to the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and employees in Service Critical Classifications represented by Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1021, to reduce SFMTA obligations and to extend the term of the MOU to June 30, 2011.

 

SUMMARY:

·        Charter section 8A.104 authorizes the SFMTA to bargain labor agreements with employee organizations representing employees in service critical classifications.

·        The CBA between SFMTA and SEIU Local 1021 expires on June 30, 2009.

·        The SFMTA negotiated an amendment to the existing CBA with SEIU Local 1021 to extend the expiration date by 2 years to June 30, 2011.

·        The amendment to the existing CBA was ratified by the membership of SEIU Local 1021 on June 3, 2009.

·        The tentative agreement includes the following concessions and amendments which will result in a savings of $835,322:

-         10 unpaid legal holidays from June 30, 2009 – September 6, 2010; Thanksgiving and the day after and Christmas day will be paid holidays,

-         City/SFMTA has the option to re-open the contract for fiscal year 2010/2011,

-         No layoffs from the date of ratification until November 15, 2009.

 

ENCLOSURES:

1.      SFMTAB Resolution

2.      Amended CBA (SEIU, Local 1021)

3.      Labor Cost Analysis

 

APPROVALS:

 

 

DATE

 

 

 

 

DEPUTY OF DIVISION

PREPARING ITEM

 

 

 

FINANCE

 

 

 

DIRECTOR

 

 

 

SECRETARY

 

 

 

ADOPTED RESOLUTION

TO BE RETURNED TO

 

Rumi Ueno

 

 

 

ASSIGNED MTAB CALENDAR DATE:

 

 

 


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PURPOSE

 

To extend the expiration of the CBA between SFMTA and the SEIU Local 1021 from June 30, 2009 to June 30, 2011.

 

GOAL

 

The proposed agreement meets the following strategic goals:

Goal 4 – Financial Capacity – To ensure financial stability and effective resource utilization.

Goal 5 – SFMTA Workforce – To provide a flexible , supportive work environment  and develop a workforce  that takes pride and ownership of the agency’s mission and vision and leads the agency with an evolving technology-driven future.

 

DESCRIPTION

 

Charter Section 8A.104 gives the SFMTA the authority to negotiate labor agreements covering wages, hours, working conditions, and benefits with labor organizations representing employees at SFMTA in service critical classifications.

 

The SFMTA negotiated a CBA with SEIU Local 1021 in July 2006, which expires on June 30, 2009.

 

SFMTA representatives and representatives of SEIU Local 1021 negotiated an amendment to the existing CBA.  The agreement was ratified by the membership of SEIU Local 1021 on June 3, 2009.

 

This agreement amends the existing CBA as follows:

 

·        The term of the agreement is extended by two years to June 30, 2011. 

·        10 unpaid legal holidays from June 30, 2009 – September 6, 2010;

·        The City/SFMTA has the option to re-open the contract for fiscal year 2010/2011 if the Controller certifies that the projected FY 2010-2011 deficit for the City/SFMTA is over $100 million, the City may, at its option, re-open the collective bargaining agreement on economics.

·        If the City/SFMTA elects to re-open, the Union may, at its option, re-open on two items.  There are no other changes with the exception of updating dates and language where appropriate.

 

The amended CBA will be in effect through June 30, 2011.  If the amendment is not approved, the cost savings that this agreement provides will not be realized.

 

There are two SEIU CBAs that govern SFMTA employees.  The first CBA governs 293 employees in service critical classifications and falls under the jurisdiction of the SFMTA.  The second CBA governs 763 employees in citywide classifications and falls under the jurisdiction of

 

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the Department of Human Resources and the Board of Supervisors.  SEIU members approved the same concessions in both CBAs.

 

The City Attorney has reviewed this calendar item.  

 

ALTERNATIVES CONSIDERED

 

No alternatives.

 

FUNDING IMPACT

 

Labor Cost Analysis is attached. If the amendment is not approved the cost savings will not be realized and SFMTA representatives will need to resume labor negotiations with representatives from SEIU Local 1021 in 2010.

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

Staff recommends that the SFMTA Board approve the amendment of the CBA between SFMTA and SEIU Local 1021 to implement certain concessions and extend the agreement to June 30, 2011. 

 

 

 

 

 


SAN FRANCISCO

MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

RESOLUTION No.__________________________

 

WHEREAS, Under Section 8A.104 of the Charter, the Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors succeeded to the powers of the Board of Supervisors with respect to collective bargaining for SFMTA employees in service critical classifications; and

 

WHEREAS, The current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1021 expires on June 30, 2009; and

 

WHEREAS, In February 2008 the SFMTA and SEIU Local 1021 negotiated an amendment to the CBA to extend the term to June 2010 as part of the implementation of Proposition B, which was approved by the voters at the June 2008 election; and

 

WHEREAS, This amendment was ratified by the members of SEIU, Local 1021; and

 

WHEREAS, On May 22, 2009, the members of SEIU, Local 1021 approved an additional amendment to provide cost savings to the SFMTA and further extend the MOU to June 30, 20 11; and

 

WHEREAS, The proposed amendments of the CBA, which shall be effective July 1, 2009 through June 30,  2011, and all other required information were publicly disclosed in accordance with Charter Section 8A.104(p) on June 2, 2009 and are on file with the Secretary of the SFMTA Board of Directors; now, therefore, be it

 

RESOLVED, That the SFMTA Board of Directors hereby approves the amendment to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the SFMTA and Service Employees International Union, Local 1021, to implement negotiated concessions and extend its term to June 30, 2010.

 

I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was adopted by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board at its meeting of_____________________________________.

 

 

                                                                         _________________________________________

                                                                         Secretary, Municipal Transportation Agency Board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMENDMENT No. 3

TO THE 2006-2010 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

BETWEEN

THE SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

AND

SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION

LOCAL 1021

 

FOR SERVICE CRITICAL CLASSIFICATIONS

 

May 22, 2009 -- 12:00 AM TENTATIVE AGREEMENT

 

The parties hereby amend and extend the Memorandum of Understanding as follows:

 

II.D.    LAYOFF

Employee Protection

[begin addition] 123a.  [end addition] [begin addition] Between the date of ratification of this agreement through November 15, 2009, the SFMTA shall not effectuate any additional new layoffs of any represented employees.  This shall not include any displacement actions that result from layoffs effectuated in non-SEIU bargaining units.[end addition]

 

[begin addition] 123b.   The City shall reduce the total number of SEIU-represented Prop. F (Retiree) employees in General Fund Departments by 50% by September 1, 2009.  Nothing in this paragraph is intended to grant an arbitrator jurisdiction to make an award in conflict with Federal, State or local laws, including the Charter and Civil Service Commission Rules.[end addition]

 

III.D.   ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION & PREMIUM PAY

            [begin addition] Retirement Restoration Payment[end addition]

[begin addition] 242a.  For employees who retire prior to the end of this Agreement and for whom their final compensation for retirement purposes is impacted by the unpaid furlough days and the unpaid legal holidays described in Sections III.B.3.Paragraph 183. and III.F., respectively, the City will provide restoration pay equaling the pensionable value of the unpaid furlough days and unpaid legal holidays described in Sections III.B.3.Paragraph 183. and III.F., respectively, for the period used by the applicable retirement system to determine the employee's final compensation for retirement purposes.[end addition]

 

 

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III.F.   HOLIDAYS

Designation of Holidays

256.    Except when normal operations require, or in an emergency, employees shall not be required to work on the following days hereby declared to be holidays for such employees:

 

257.    January 1; the day designated for observation of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday;  the third Monday in February ([begin addition] Presidents’[end addition] [begin deletion] Washington's[end deletion] Birthday); the last Monday in May; July 4; first Monday in September (Labor Day);  the second Monday in October (Columbus Day); Veterans Day November 11; Thanksgiving Day; the Day After Thanksgiving; December 25; and any day declared to be a holiday by proclamation of the Mayor, the Governor of the State of California or the President of the United States. Provided, if January 1, July 4, November 11 or December 25 falls on a Sunday, the Monday following is a holiday.

 

            [begin addition] Unpaid Legal Holidays[end addition]

[begin addition] 257a.   From June 30, 2009 through September 6, 2010, all “new plan” employees (i.e., employees who became members of SFERS on or after November 2, 1976) and employees who are members of PERS, regardless of work schedules, shall observe the following ten (10) designated unpaid holidays:[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] July 4 (July 4, 2009);[end addition]

[begin addition] first Monday in September (Labor Day) (September 7, 2009);[end addition]

[begin addition] the second Monday in October (Columbus Day) (October 12, 2009);[end addition]

[begin addition] Veterans Day (November 11, 2009);[end addition]

[begin addition] New Year’s Day (January 1, 2010);[end addition]

[begin addition] the day designated for observation of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday (January 18, 2010);[end addition]

[begin addition] the third Monday in February (Presidents’ Birthday) (February 15, 2010); [end addition]

[begin addition] the last Monday in May (May 31, 2010);[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] July 4 (July 4, 2010); and[end addition]

[begin addition] First Monday in September (Labor Day) (September 6, 2010)[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] 257b.  This section will sunset after these designated ten (10) unpaid holidays have been taken in accordance with this Agreement.[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

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Floating Holidays

258.    Employees shall receive floating holidays totaling thirty-two (32) hours off per fiscal year (pro-rated for eligible part-time employees) selected by the employee, subject to the approval of the Appointing Officer.  Employees with twenty (20) or more years of City Service shall receive eight (8) additional floating holiday hours, for a total of forty (40) hours per fiscal year. Floating Holidays may be taken in hourly increments up to and including the number of hours contained in the employee’s regular shift.  Floating holidays received in one fiscal year but not used may be carried forward to the next succeeding fiscal year.  The number of floating holidays carried forward to a succeeding fiscal year may not exceed the total number of floating holidays received in the previous fiscal year.

 

[begin addition] 258a.   [end addition] [begin addition] Effective June 30, 2009, employees shall receive a one-time additional five (5) floating[end addition] [begin addition] holidays, which shall be administered in the same manner as the floating holidays in paragraph 258 above.[end addition]             [begin addition] Notwithstanding the paragraph above, any unused floating holidays accrued on June 30, 2009 may be carried over to be used in either fiscal year 2010-2011 and/or fiscal year 2011-2012, but at no time shall an employee accumulate a combined floating holiday day balance of more than twenty (20) days (including floating holidays awarded in a particular year) during this period.  During fiscal year 2009-2010 through fiscal year 2011-2012, floating holidays must be used before vacation days or hours are taken; provided however that this limitation (i.e., use of floating holidays before vacation) will not apply in cases in which use of the floating holiday will cause a loss of vacation due to the accrual maximums.  Floating Holidays are to be scheduled per mutual agreement, based on operational needs of the department.  Upon the request of the Union, the Human Resources Director or designee shall work with departments to ensure that employees are not unreasonably denied the opportunity to take floating holiday hours.  Employees excluded from the unpaid legal holidays in Section III.F. shall not receive these additional floating holidays.[end addition]

 

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Holiday Compensation for Time Worked

260.    Employees required by their respective appointing officers to work on any of the above-specified or substitute holidays, excepting Fridays observed as holidays in lieu of holidays falling on Saturday, shall be paid extra compensation at the rate of time and one-half (1-1/2) the usual rate of pay for all regularly scheduled hours worked; provided, however, that at an employee's request and with the approval of the appointing officer, an employee may be granted compensatory time off in lieu of paid overtime at the rate of time and one-half (1 1/2).

 

[begin addition] 260a.  From June 30, 2009 through September 6, 2010, non-“Z” employees will continue to be eligible to earn holiday pay (HP) at the one-and-one-half time rate if they work on the holiday, but will not earn legal holiday compensation (LH) for the aforementioned unpaid legal holidays.[end addition]

 

261.    Ten (10) and twelve (12) hour employees shall receive full holiday compensation for the regularly scheduled shift worked on a holiday.

 

262.    No designated "Z" employee shall receive overtime pay for working on a holiday.  All such overtime shall be compensated in the form of compensatory time accrued.  Provided however that “Z” employees may, at the end of each fiscal year, choose to receive a cash payment in lieu of accrued compensatory time for each holiday worked during the fiscal year.

 

[begin addition] 262a.  From June 30, 2009 through September 6, 2010, “Z”-designated employees will continue to be eligible to earn compensatory time off (CTO) if they work on the holiday, but will not earn legal holiday compensation (LH) for the aforementioned unpaid legal holidays.[end addition]

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Holidays for Employees on Work Schedules Other Than Monday Thru Friday

263.    Employees assigned to seven (7) day-operation departments or employees working a five (5) day workweek other than Monday through Friday shall be allowed another day off if a holiday falls on one of their regularly scheduled days off.  Employees whose holidays are changed because of shift rotations shall be allowed another day off if a legal holiday falls on one of their days off.

 

[begin addition] 263a.  (1)       Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 263 above, commencing June 30, 2009, employees assigned to seven (7) day-operation departments or employees working a workweek other than Monday through Friday shall accrue an unpaid in-lieu holiday, which the employee must take within two pay periods after the holiday, if one of the unpaid legal holidays referenced in paragraph 257 above falls on one of their regularly scheduled days off.  By written mutual agreement between the Union and DHR or MTA Human Resources, employees may agree to schedule the unpaid legal holiday within not more than four pay periods after the holiday. [end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] 263b.  (2)       It is the intent of the parties that all employees assigned to seven-day operation departments or working a work week other than Monday through Friday be treated equally with employees working a normal Monday through Friday work week, with respect to the number of unpaid hours required to be taken under the provision on unpaid legal holidays.[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] 263c.  (3)       This section will sunset after these designated ten (10) unpaid holidays have    [end addition]             [begin addition] been taken in accordance with this Agreement.[end addition]

 

264.    Employees regularly scheduled to work on a holiday which falls on a Saturday or Sunday shall observe the holiday on the day it occurs, or if required to work shall receive holiday compensation for work on that day.  Holiday compensation shall not be paid for work on the Friday preceding a Saturday holiday nor on the Monday following a Sunday holiday.

 

265.    If the provisions of this section deprive an employee of the same number of holidays that an employee receives who works Monday through Friday, s/he shall be granted additional days off to equal such number of holidays.  The designation of such days off shall be by mutual agreement of the employee and the appropriate supervisor with the approval of the appointing officer. In no event shall the provisions of this section result in such employee receiving more or less holidays than an employee on a Monday through Friday work schedule. Departments will use their best efforts to grant each employee qualifying for paid holidays at least one (1) of the following two (2) holidays off:  Christmas Day and the following New Year's Day. Such days off must be used in the current or next fiscal year after the day off has been earned.

 

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III.H.   NON-PERMANENT EMPLOYEES

[begin deletion] As Needed/Provisional[end deletion] Save-Our-Services Labor/Management Committee

 

304.    Both the City/[begin addition] SFMTA[end addition] and the Union recognize the need to[begin addition] :[end addition]

·        [begin addition] review the use of public/private partnerships;[end addition]

·        [begin addition] review the use of personal services contracts; and[end addition]

·        use “as-needed” and/or other non-permanent employees for operational purposes under certain circumstances, but desire to ensure such non-permanent appointment status is not used inappropriately.

 

305.    The [begin addition] SF[end addition] MTA agrees to participate on behalf of service critical employees at the [begin addition] SF[end addition] MTA as part of the [begin deletion] As Needed/Provisional[end deletion] [begin addition] Save-Our-Services[end addition] Labor/Management Committee when such a committee is established by the City.

 

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III.O.   CHILD CARE & VOLUNTEER/PARENTAL RELEASE TIME

355.    The SFMTA agrees to participate, on behalf of service critical employees at the SFMTA, as part of the [begin addition] Child Care Study[end addition] [begin deletion] Joint City-Union Child Care[end deletion] Committee when such a committee is established by the City.

 

 

[begin addition] III.X. REVENUE MEASURE[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] 388a.  The City/SFMTA and SEIU are committed to working with other stakeholders, including labor organizations, non-profit agencies, and community and business representatives, to develop and support revenue measure(s) on the November, 2009 ballot. Upon the Union’s request, the parties shall begin meeting between November 3, 2009 and November 10, 2009 to discuss the impact, if any, of the passage or failure of these revenue measure(s).  [end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition] 388b.  The Revenue Measure provision shall not be subject to the Grievance Procedure.[end addition]

 

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VIII.D.DURATION OF AGREEMENT

580.    [begin addition] The duration of this Agreement, as amended and modified by the parties in their negotiations in May, 2009, is to June 30, 2011.[end addition]   This Agreement shall [begin deletion] be effective as of July 1, 2006, and shall[end deletion] remain in full force and effect through [begin deletion] June 30, 2010[end deletion] [begin addition] that date[end addition] and from year to year thereafter unless either party serves written notice on the other at least sixty (60) days prior to June 30, 20[begin deletion] 09[end deletion] [begin addition] 11[end addition] or June 30th of any subsequent year of its desire to open the Agreement for the purpose of meeting and conferring on proposed changes.

 

[begin addition] 580a.  The original term of the July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2009, Agreement was also amended and extended in February, 2008 as part of the negotiations to implement the retirement measure known as Proposition B in the June, 2008 election, to have an expiration date of June 30, 2010.[end addition]

 

581.    The effective date of those provisions herein that have been determined by the arbitration board established pursuant to Charter Section A8.409.4 shall be the date that the board issues its decision.

 

[begin addition] 581a.  If the Controller certifies that the projected Fiscal Year 2010-2011 deficit for the City/SFMTA is over $100 million, the City may, at its option, re-open the CBA on economics.  If the City/SFMTA elects to re-open, the Union may, at its option, re-open on two items.  In the event of impasse, Arbitrator Barry Winograd will be the neutral mediation/arbitration panel member.  This re-opener is subject to the impasse resolution procedures and timelines set forth in Charter Section A8.409, et seq.[end addition]

[begin deletion]  [end deletion]

[begin addition] 581b.  It is understood and agreed that no new economic benefits for FY 2010-11 shall become effective prior to December 31, 2010; provided as follows:[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition]             (a)       in  the  event the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency negotiates to improve an economic benefit that becomes effective  between  July  1, 2010 through December 30, 2010, inclusive, for any  other  miscellaneous  SFMTA  officers  or  employees employed in the SFMTA, that economic benefit will be extended to the Union's represented employees in a manner  consistent with the overall economic agreement between the SFMTA and the union with which it previously agreed;[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition]             (b)       in  the  event that an arbitration panel acting under the authority of Charter section  A8.409-4 awards another union representing miscellaneous employees employed in the SFMTA an economic benefit that becomes effective between  July  1,  2010  through  December  30,  2010, the SFMTA shall allow the Union to reopen its MOU solely for the purpose of proposing that its represented employees should receive an economic benefi[end addition] [begin addition] t in FY 2011-12, in light of the arbitration panel's award on behalf of the other miscellaneous labor organization.  Such reopener, if any, shall commence in January 2011, and shall be subject to the timelines and the Charter factors set forth in Charter section A8.409.  By entering into this agreement, the SFMTA is not conceding that the Union is or should be entitled to a remedy in the event another union receives an economic benefit for the time period described above.  The parties also acknowledge that any  economic increases so awarded that are based on market-based adjustments or reflect premiums for specific work functions are not necessarily applicable to any other group of employees or to other unions.[end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition]             (c)       that  economic  benefits  negotiated  for  or  awarded  to  non-A8.409 employees,  so-called  "miscellaneous safety", or employees whose retirement is  with the California Public Employees' Retirement System are exempt from this section and do not trigger subsections (a) and (b), above; and [end addition]

[begin addition]  [end addition]

[begin addition]             (d)       that any economic benefits negotiated or awarded that become effective on or prior to June 30,  2009  are exempt from this section and do not trigger subsections (a) and (b), above.     [end addition]

[begin addition]
[end addition]

 

 

 

 

 

FOR THE SFMTA

 

FOR THE UNION

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debra A. Johnson                               Date

 

Jet Chapman                                     Date

Chief of Staff/Administration, Director

 

SEIU, Local 1021

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rumi Ueno                                           Date

Employee & Labor Relations Manager

 

James Bryant                                                Date Local 1021, Chapter President

 

 

 

 

 

 

Approved As To Form:

 

Reginald Drake                        Date
Local 1021, Chapter President

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Salveson                             Date

Chief Labor Attorney,

Office of the City Attorney           

 

Dominic Garrett                                Date
Local 1021, Chapter President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adell Scott                                           Date
Local 1021, Chapter VP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leah Berlanga                                     Date
SEIU, Worksite Organizer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SEIU Local (Service Critical Classes) 2010/2011 Cost Analysis

 

 

Char

FY2008-09 FTE

FY2008-09 Orig Amt

FY2009-10 FTE as of May 18, 2009

FY2009-10 Amount as of May 18, 2009

FY2009-10 Cost of Eight (8) Unpaid LH

 FY2010-11 FTE

FY2010-11 Budget

FY2010-11 Cost of Two (2) Unpaid LH

001 Total

293.25

$16,966,107

292.77

$17,308,878

             530,540

292.77

$17,308,878

              132,635

013 Total

 

$6,665,140

 

$7,633,253

$135,076

 

$7,633,253

$37,072

Grand Total

293.25

$23,631,247

292.77

$24,942,131

$665,616

292.77

$24,942,131

$169,707

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[begin addition] Note[end addition]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) Fringe benefit rates for FY2010-11 are estimates provided by the Controller's Office

 

 

 

 

(2) Assume no salary increase in FY2010-11. Salary and position budget in FY2010-11 equals to salary and position budget in FY2009-10

 

(3) This analysis does not take into account any planned position freeze or defunding

 

 

 

 

(4) Eight unpaid legal holidays in FY2009-10 are: July 4, 2009 Independence Day; September 7, 2009 Labor Day; October 12, 2009 Columbus Day;

 

November 11, 2009 Veterans' Day; January 1, 2010 New Year's Day; January 18, 2010 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; February 15, 2010 Presidents' Day;

 

May 31, 2010 Memorial Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(5) Two unpaid legal holidays in FY2010-11 are: July 4, 2010 Independence Day; September 6, 2010 Labor Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[begin addition] SEIU [end addition]

 

FY2009-10 cost of eight (8) unpaid legal holidays:

$665,616

 

 

 

[begin addition] SERVICE CRITICAL [end addition]

FY2010-11 cost of two (2) unpaid legal holidays:

$169,707

 

 

 

[begin addition] CLASSES[end addition]

 

Total Savings:

 

 

$835,322

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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