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Management Collective Bargaining Proposal
Published on Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Brothers and Sisters,

Below is the latest Management Proposal for our Collective Bargaining Agreement. If you have questions please call the Hall.

 

 

CIEC Last, Best and Final                                                                         February 22, 2021   8:20p.m.

  1. Economics:

    Contract term expiring December 31, 2023

     

     

    Zone 1--Current Total Package $77.98--San Francisco City and County (*See #4 below)

    Zone 2--Current Total Package $77.48--Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Contra Costa (*See #4 below)

    Zone 3--Current Total Package $75.48--Los Angeles per attached map (*See #4 below)

    Zone 4--Current Total Package $74.86--All remaining areas

     

    Zone 1

    Effective 4/1/21             $2.20 increase

    Effective 1/1/22            $2.25 increase

    Effective 1/1/23            $2.65 increase             Total increase $7.10

    Zone 2

    Effective 4/1/21             $2.35 increase

    Effective 1/1/22            $2.25 increase

    Effective 1/1/23            $2.75 increase             Total increase $7.35

    Zone 3

    Effective 4/1/21            $2.35 increase

    Effective 1/1/22            $2.50 increase

    Effective 1/1/23            $3.00 increase             Total increase $7.85

    Zone 4

    Effective 4/1/21            $2.10 increase

    Effective 1/1/22            $2.25 increase

    Effective 1/1/23            $2.25 increase             Total increase $6.60

     

  2. Section 3. Craft Jurisdiction--T/A

     – add panel systems including terracotta

     

  3. Section 6. G. Holidays—T/A

     - add Veteran’s Day in Nor. Cal. and Nevada; add President’s Day in So. Cal. and Nevada

     

  4. Section7. B. Congestion Zone—T/A

     

    Effective on April 1, 2021, Congestion Zone fee shall be converted from a daily rate to an hourly rate.

    • City and County of San Francisco shall be $1.63 added to the hourly wage rate.
    • Counties of Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Contra Costa shall be $1.13 added to the hourly wage rate.
    • Los Angeles City per attached Map shall be $0.63 added to the hourly wage rate.

       

  5. Section 9. Expenses Out of Town –T/A

    - remove El Centro from the list of California cites listed in paragraph A.

     

     

     

  6. Section 9. B. Federal Installations—T/A- effective July 1, 2021 In lieu of subsistence pay and travel reimbursement the hourly wage rate will be increased by nine dollars ($9.00) per hour for all work performed at the following locations:
    • Camp Roberts
    • China Lake Naval Test Station
    • Chocolate Mountains Naval Reserve – Niland
    • Edwards Air Force Base
    • Fort Hunter Liggett
    • Fort Irwin Military Station
    • Fort Irwin Training Center – Goldstone
    • San Clemente Island
    • San Nicholas Island
    • 29 Palms – Marine Corps
    • U.S. Marine Base – Barstow
    • U.S. Naval Air Facility – Sealey
    • Vandenberg Air Force Base
    • Army Defense Language Institute – Monterrey
    • Fallon Air Base
    • Naval Post Graduate School – Monterey
    • Yermo Marine Corps Logistics
    • Port Hueneme
    • Port Mugu
    • United States Coast Guard Station – Two Rock
    • The Nevada National Security Site

       

  7. Pension Improvements –T/A

June 1, 2021 (Plan Year Start Date)

  1. Increase future pension benefit by $35 from $70 to $105.

 

At 95.0% or above funded status*:

  1. One-time only reallocation of $1.00 from Pension fund contribution to Annuity.
  2. Lower the ARR 1/8 of 1% (7.25% to 7.125%)

 

At 100.0% or above funded status*:

  1. Buy back pension credits for all participants from Plan Year ending 2014 through plan year ending 2021 from $70 to $105
  2. Lower the ARR 1/8 of 1% (7.125% to 7%)
  3. One-time only reallocation of $1.00 from Pension fund contribution to Annuity or Health & Welfare fund.

 

At 105.0% or above funded status*:

1.         One-time only reallocation of $2.00 from Pension fund contribution to Annuity or Health & Welfare.

Downside protection:

If the Pension fund is certified below 95.0% after being certified at a percentage at or above 95.0% funded status, the pension benefit credit will decrease by $5 for every 5% decrease below 95.0% funded status.*

 

            After Pension fund certification is below 95.0% funded status and then is later certified at or above 95.0% funded

status, the pension benefit credit will increase by $5 for every 5% increase above 95.0% funded status.*

 

*Funded percentage based on the current annual actuarial plan certification adopted by Pension Fund Trustees.