HB 649: Collective Bargaining for Certain Public Employees
GENERAL BILL by Cummings ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Combee ; McBurney
Collective Bargaining for Certain Public Employees; Specifies that for purposes of resolving impasse, the sheriff, tax collector, property appraiser, supervisor of elections, & clerk of circuit court are each "legislative body" for their respective employees; provides that board of county commissioners is legislative body for resolving impasse related to wages; requires board of county commissioners to provide supplemental funds to county constitutional officers under certain circumstances; provides that in county that has expressly abolished any such office, such duties are transferred to elected or appointed charter officer if charter is not inconsistent with general law or special law approved by vote of electors; defines term "wages."
Last Action: 5/2/2014 House - Died in Government Operations Subcommittee
Location: In committee/council (GVOPS)
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Government Operations Subcommittee; Local and Federal Affairs Committee; State Affairs Committee -HJ 56
• Introduced -HJ 56
• Died in Government Operations Subcommittee
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