Members of SEIU Local 1000 are voting on a contract that would raise their pay by at least 11.5 percent over 42 months. It is a complicated contract with new payroll deductions and a bonus that has some members trying to figure out what it means for them.
Members of SEIU Local 1000 are voting on a contract that would raise their pay by at least 11.5 percent over 42 months. It is a complicated contract with new payroll deductions and a bonus that has some members trying to figure out what it means for them. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file, 2014
Members of SEIU Local 1000 are voting on a contract that would raise their pay by at least 11.5 percent over 42 months. It is a complicated contract with new payroll deductions and a bonus that has some members trying to figure out what it means for them. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file, 2014

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How to calculate your raise in SEIU 1000’s proposed contract

January 10, 2017 12:30 PM

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