Heres the mou
So, what is the significance of Section 4? I thought the rules of this are pretty clear per what’s written in the Paid Leave Act. The MOU says the Paid Leave Act will be followed in the beginning in the MOU. I don’t understand what’s bargainable about this and why it needs to be revisited at a later date. I also don’t know the specifics of how in-depth labor relations works. It just seems sketchy to me and that the agency may want to use this as a bargain chip down the road for us to probably get rid of something. Maybe I’m reading it wrong. Thoughts?
“Section 4. In accordance with the applicable Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs), the Agency will provide the Union with notice of and the opportunity to bargain over the Agency’s PPL policy, once it is completed. However, if the Agency has not provided notice and the opportunity to bargain by July 31, 2020, the Parties will meet the week of August 3, 2020, to conduct negotiations regarding the Union’s PPL proposal submitted on April 22, 2020. Any agreement reached as result of those negotiations will cancel and replace this Agreement.”
To my knowledge it is full pay, minus differentials/etc... Basically just another type of leave.The only thing I can't find in my research on this paid parental leave is how much you get paid. I've heard someone say 60% pay but I can't find it anywhere in the MOU or elsewhere. Anybody know?
It’s full pay when you have a baby. You might be thinking about the 2/3 pay you get if you take the special FMLA because of corona.The only thing I can't find in my research on this paid parental leave is how much you get paid. I've heard someone say 60% pay but I can't find it anywhere in the MOU or elsewhere. Anybody know?