Public employee union willing to cut raises as state faces budget crisis
There are 1 comment on the KPIC - News - Local & Regional story from Feb 16, 2009, titled Public employee union willing to cut raises as state faces budget crisis. In it, KPIC - News - Local & Regional reports that:
Oregon's largest public employee union said Thursday it is willing to accept a freeze on cost-of-living increases and unpaid furlough days for state workers because of the budget crisis.
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#1 Feb 17, 2009
Once again the state workers are stepping up to the plate to help solve the budget crises, yet the general population of Oregon seems to expect all State employees to bear the brunt of the problem. Oregon....we are in this together. Perhaps some large corporations should follow the same path.
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