Respect our process, protect our process

Collective bargaining agreements are the result of months of intense negotiations with a great deal of give and take between the parties involved. Once the bargaining process is concluded, and the members vote to ratify the agreement, it should be respected.

Last year, Montgomery County’s public employee unions went through the full collective bargaining process with the County Executive’s office and presented their contracts to the County Council for funding.

A few of the councilmembers said that the employees deserved a raise and then rejected UFCW Local 1994’s contract, claiming it was overgenerous! Meanwhile, these same councilmembers ADDED funding to the budget to give managers a raise, millions over what the County Executive had called for in his proposed budget!

We haven’t forgotten!

Tell the Council: Respect Collective Bargaining, Respect Workers’ Rights

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Fill out the form below and we will put you on our mailing list. We will keep you updated on the current state of our collective bargaining process and may ask you to call or email your county councilmembers during the process.

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