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Spring 2013Q15Are any of your jurisdiction's employees members of a public sector labor union?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q16aDoes your jurisdiction currently have a Police union?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations | Public Safety
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Police services | Unions
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Spring 2013Q16bDoes your jurisdiction currently have a Fire union?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations | Public Safety
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Fire services | Unions
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Spring 2013Q16cDoes your jurisdiction currently have a Department of Public Works (DPW) union?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Unions
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Spring 2013Q16dWhat type(s) of other public sector labor Unions does your jurisdiction currently have (other than Police, Fire, DPW)?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Unions
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Spring 2013Q17In the last 12 months, has your jurisdiction negotiated with any of its labor Unions on issues such as pay, benefits, staffing levels, or changes in work rules?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q18aWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take" where "concessions" may benefit both sides. From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations concerning changes in union employee pay?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q18bWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take" where "concessions" may benefit both sides. From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations concerning changes in union employee benefits?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q18cWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take" where "concessions" may benefit both sides. From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations concerning changes in union employee staffing levels?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q18dWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take" where "concessions" may benefit both sides. From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations concerning changes in union employee work rules?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q19Overall, how satisfied are you with the outcomes of negotiations with your jurisdiction's employee union(s) over the last 12 months?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q20Thinking ahead to the next 12 months, how likely is it that your jurisdiction will seek concessions -such as reduced pay or benefits, reduced staffing levels, or changes in work rules - from one or more of its employee Unions?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q21In your opinion, overall, have the union(s) that represent your employees been an asset, a liability, or neither, to your jurisdiction's fiscal health in the last 12 months?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Fiscal health | Unions
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Spring 2013Q22In your opinion, overall, have the union(s) that represent your employees been an asset, a liability, or neither, to your jurisdiction's overall performance in the last 12 months?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Fiscal health | Unions
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Spring 2013Q23Thinking about the last 12 months, how would you describe, overall, the relationship between your jurisdiction's employee union(s) and your jurisdiction's administration?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2013Q24Regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any public sector employee Unions, we're interested in your views on Michigan's Right-To-Work laws (P.A. 348 and 349 of 2012) that took effect on March 28, 2013. How familiar would you say you are with Michigan's Right-To-Work Legislation?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: State policies | Unions
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Spring 2013Q25aThe Right-To-Work legislation makes it illegal to require employees' financial support of a union - such as union dues or fees - as a condition of employment. Regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any public sector employee Unions, to what extent would you say the following people or groups within your jurisdiction either support or oppose the Right-To-Work law for public sector Unions?

Major Tags: State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q25bThe Right-To-Work legislation makes it illegal to require employees' financial support of a union - such as union dues or fees - as a condition of employment. Regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any public sector employee Unions, to what extent would you say the following people or groups within your jurisdiction either support or oppose the Right-To-Work law for public sector Unions?

Major Tags: State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q25cThe Right-To-Work legislation makes it illegal to require employees' financial support of a union - such as union dues or fees - as a condition of employment. Regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any public sector employee Unions, to what extent would you say the following people or groups within your jurisdiction either support or oppose the Right-To-Work law for public sector Unions?

Major Tags: State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q25dThe Right-To-Work legislation makes it illegal to require employees' financial support of a union - such as union dues or fees - as a condition of employment. Regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any public sector employee Unions, to what extent would you say the following people or groups within your jurisdiction either support or oppose the Right-To-Work law for public sector Unions?

Major Tags: State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q26The current Right-To-Work law regarding public sector employee Unions exempts police and fire Unions. To what extent do you personally support or oppose this exemption?

Major Tags: State Government
Related Topics: State policies | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q27aThe Right-To-Work laws passed in Michigan cover not only public sector employee Unions, but private sector Unions as well. Again, regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any employee Unions, what overall impact, if any, do you believe these Right-To-Work laws will have over time on Michigan's economy?

Major Tags: State Government | Economic Development
Related Topics: State policies | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q27bThe Right-To-Work laws passed in Michigan cover not only public sector employee Unions, but private sector Unions as well. Again, regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any employee Unions, what overall impact, if any, do you believe these Right-To-Work laws will have over time on the fiscal health of your local government?

Major Tags: State Government | Economic Development
Related Topics: State policies | Fiscal health | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q27cThe Right-To-Work laws passed in Michigan cover not only public sector employee Unions, but private sector Unions as well. Again, regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any employee Unions, what overall impact, if any, do you believe these Right-To-Work laws will have over time on the ability of your community to attract and/or retain businesses?

Major Tags: State Government | Economic Development
Related Topics: Workforce policies | Business Conditions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q27dThe Right-To-Work laws passed in Michigan cover not only public sector employee Unions, but private sector Unions as well. Again, regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any employee Unions, what overall impact, if any, do you believe these Right-To-Work laws will have over time on the ability of your local government to attract and/or retain desired employees?

Major Tags: State Government | Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2013Q27eThe Right-To-Work laws passed in Michigan cover not only public sector employee Unions, but private sector Unions as well. Again, regardless of whether or not your jurisdiction has any employee Unions, what overall impact, if any, do you believe these Right-To-Work laws will have over time on (if your jurisdiction has employee Unions) the relationship between your jurisdiction's administration and its union(s) overall?

Major Tags: State Government | Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Unions | Right to work
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Spring 2012Q11Are any of your jurisdiction's employees members of a labor union?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q12In the last 12 months, has your jurisdiction negotiated with any of its labor Unions on issues such as pay, benefits, staffing levels, or changes in work rules?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q13aWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take." From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations on the following issues: Changes in union employee pay

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q13bWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take." From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations on the following issues: Changes in union employee benefits

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q13cWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take." From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations on the following issues: Changes in union employee staffing levels

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q13dWe understand labor negotiations can be complex, can include more than one union, and can include a lot of "give and take." From your jurisdiction's perspective, overall, what were the outcomes from negotiations on the following issues: Changes in union employee work rules

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q14Overall, how satisfied are you with the outcomes of negotiations with your jurisdiction's employee union(s) over the last 12 months?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q16Thinking ahead to the next 12 months, how likely is it that your jurisdiction will seek concessions-such as reduced pay or benefits, reduced staffing levels, or changes in work rules-from one or more of its employee Unions?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2012Q17In your opinion, overall, have the union(s) that represent your employees been an asset, a liability, or neither, to your jurisdiction's fiscal health in the last 12 months?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Fiscal health | Unions
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Spring 2012Q18In your opinion, overall, have the union(s) that represent your employees been an asset, a liability, or neither, to your jurisdiction's overall performance in the last 12 months?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Fiscal health | Unions
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Spring 2012Q19Thinking about the last 12 months, how would you describe, overall, the relationship between your jurisdiction's union(s) and your jurisdiction's administration?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Fall 2011Q8hHow would you rate the overall effectiveness of your jurisdiction's use of data for the following purposes: For use in negotiating with Unions

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | Workforce
Related Topics: Performance management | Unions | Performance measurement and management
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Fall 2011Q21hHow likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction would use data for the following purposes: For use in negotiating with Unions

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | Workforce
Related Topics: Performance management | Unions | Performance measurement and management
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Spring 2011Q6Are any of your jurisdiction's employees members of a labor union?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2011Q7How many separate Unions represent your jurisdiction's employees?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2011Q8Approximately what percentage of your jurisdiction's employees are represented by Unions?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2011Q9In your opinion, overall, have the union(s) that represent your employees been an asset, a liability, or neither, to your jurisdiction's fiscal health?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2011Q10In your opinion, overall, have the union(s) that represent your employees been an asset, a liability, or neither, to your jurisdiction's overall performance?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2011Q11Thinking about the last 12 months, how would you describe, overall, the relationship between your jurisdiction's union(s) and your jurisdiction's administration?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions
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Spring 2011Q42cWhat actions has your jurisdiction taken so far to address GASB 45 accounting provisions: Negotiated with Unions to reduce benefits

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | OPEB
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Fall 2010Q14hWhich of the following factors, if any, have encouraged or discouraged intergovernmental cooperation in your jurisdiction's experience(s). Whether or not you are currently planning or involved in formal collaborative efforts of any kind, to what extent overall have the following encouraged or discouraged your jurisdiction's decision(s) about collaboration for the provision of new or existing services: The influence of your jurisdiction's labor Unions and/or employees

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | Workforce
Related Topics: Intergovernmental cooperation | Level of collaboration
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Spring 2010Q28cThinking about other post-employment benefits such as retiree health care, what, if any, actions has your jurisdiction taken to address those liabilities: Negotiated with Unions to change benefits

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | Unions | Fringe benefits | OPEB
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Fall 2009Q23Public Act 312 requires that if there is an impasse in negotiations between a community and its public safety union (police or fire), then they must go to mandatory binding arbitration. Do believe that Public Act 312 should be repealed, amended, or remain as it is currently?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | State policies | Unions
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Fall 2009Q25Has Public Act 312 had a direct impact on your jurisdiction or not?

Major Tags: Workforce | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Employee compensation | State policies | Unions
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