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International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers - Local 39

Negotiation Updates

 

Local 39 Labor Negotiations Summary

<p>The County of Sonoma and Local 39 representativesmet on April 26 for the parties 2nd bargaining session. The parties reviewed ground rules and Local 39presented its initial bargaining proposals. Learn more.....</p>

 

County of Sonoma & Local 39

<p>The County was informed last evening by Local 39 representatives that bargaining unit members voted on a tentative agreement with the County.  Regrettably, the vote taken by the bargaining unit was based on an incorrect tentative agreement between the County and Local 39.</p>

 

Local 39 Labor Negotiations Summary

<p>County and Local 39 representatives held their fourthbargaining session on May 23<sup>rd</sup> and reached a tentative agreement fora one year term.  Learn more.....</p>

 

Local 39 Labor Negotiations Summary

 

<p>The County of Sonoma and Local 39 met for their 5th bargainingsession on Tuesday, May 21, 2019  As agreed, the parties completedpassing their proposals and discussed the proposals that are on thetable. Learn more..... </p>

 

Local 39 Labor Negotiations Summary

<p>On 6/18/2019, the County of Sonoma and Local 39 met for their 8<sup>th</sup> meeting. The parties exchanged further responses regarding theremaining unresolved proposals between the parties, including the County’soffer of annual salary increases for each Local 39 classification over fouryears, increased contributions toward employees’ medical premiums and increasedcontributions toward each member’s staff development. Learn more..... </p>

 

Local 39 Labor Negotiations Summary

<p>The County is pleased to announce that on 6/28/2019, the County and Local 39 reached a comprehensive tentative agreement for a four year successor labor contract.  Under the terms, represented employees will receive annual salary increases, increased contributions to members' medical premiums, and increases toward employees' workforce development and wellness.  The Union agreed to participate in a joint labor-management committee to explore potential options to address retirement-related costs, and the parties clarified language throughout the existing contract.  The agreement will go to the Bargaining Unit for ratification, and upon ratification, the matter will go to the Board of Supervisors for final approval.  The County appreciates the bargaining team’s hard work and professionalism in reaching this long term agreement.  </p>