Listen: Anchorage, Perk And Gainesville discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"Mayor in Anchorage. Who decided that yeah? The police should no longer work for tents they should work five days and his justification for that decision was well if they're working five eighths rather than four tents hands. They're working an additional day every week. And there's fifty two weeks in a year that's the equivalent of fifty two more police officers officers. I know you got to work through the math. And it's kind of difficult to come up with. The union actually made up t shirts. That said Five Times eight equal spore times ten. But I'm not sure mayor got that math. Well eventually the case went to arbitration went to an arbitrator and the the question was did. The contract wave the unions right to bargain over changes in workshops. What of the contract language said they? You work schedule for patrol officers shall be either a five eight or a four ten. That's that's all it's up. The city argued the same thing that the city of Gainesville thought. And that is that language gives us is the inner lateral right to change between five hundred thousand four eight. That's the same thing. Perk thought the language in the unilaterally imposed rosed. Eleven point two"