This webinar explored what public employers are planning for wage settlements and benefits and cost-cutting with their workforce. Practical and legal strategies will be discussed for negotiating economic and language items and implementing cost-cutting measures related to wage and benefit freezes, reducing work hours, furloughs, hiring freezes, voluntary separation incentives, layoffs, and subcontracting.
This free webinar, presented by CGMC Executive Director Bradley Peterson, explored COVID-19 and its impact on state and local budgets.
The CGMC is conducting a survey to better understand what local governments will be doing with wages and other cost-cutting measures. We plan to use the findings to advise cities on dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employers are determining short and long-term measures to address the impacts of COVID-19 on workers and the workplace. This webinar answers public employer questions on any safety, operational, and personnel actions local governments have taken, will take, or are considering. In addition, the provides a brief on new medical, legal, or economic guidance from local, state, or federal officials.
Local governments are navigating legal requirements, medical guidance, and employee concerns about keeping their workplaces and workforce safe with the spread of COVID-19, while also maintaining continuity of efficient and high-quality operations. This webinar will explore requirements and practices to ensure that workplace conditions are safe and employees are able to remain safe yet productive.
On Dec. 1, the CGMC, in cooperation with MESERB, sponsored a webinar presentation regarding the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s (MPCA) unlawful implementation of new water quality standards. The presentation was given by Flaherty & Hood environmental attorney Daniel Marx and Washington, D.C.-based environmental engineer and attorney John Hall of Hall . . .