Strike Averted: SIEU, State Reach Deal

By Jim McCoy Thu 18th July Newslabor talksOregon state employeesState of Oregon
The Service Employees International Union has reached a tentative contract agreement with the State of Oregon. The largest state employee union says the agreement was reached early Thursday morning. It averts a potential strike that could have happened as soon as Monday. The two-year contract still must be approved by rank-and-file union members. SEIU says the contract would not include unpaid days off and would restore wage increases tied to experience. Department of Administrative Services spokesman Matt Shelby confirmed a deal was reached but said details weren't immediately available.

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