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|Union members to hold demonstration in Red Square May 20||2015-05-20|
|What WWU classified staff need to know during bad weather||2014-12-16|
|Western, Unions approve 2015-17 collective bargaining agreements||2014-10-02|
|State government’s biggest union ratifies contracts for pay raises totaling 4.8% over two years||
It turns out that 4.8 percent pay raises over two years are acceptable to Washington state employees after a six-year run without general wage adjustments.
|State worker pay drought over? State employee union deal offers raises of 3%, 1.8%||
The Washington Federation of State Employees has reached a tentative two-year labor agreement with Gov. Jay Inslee’s bargaining team that will raise most state agency workers’ pay by 3 percent next July and approximately 1.8 percent in 2016.
|WWU, classified employees' union agree to pay hikes for next two years||
The Washington Federation of State Employees said it reached contract agreements for classified employee groups at Western Washington University and The Evergreen State College on Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Both agreements provide 3 percent cost-of-living pay adjustments in July 2015 and another…
|Western, unions agree to new compensation floor, lump sum payment||2014-04-01|
|Federation strikes deal at Western Wash. Univ. for 2.2% pay bonuses in August||
The Washington Federation of State Employees announced Thursday that its negotiators reached a memorandum of agreement with Western Washington University in Bellingham for 2.2 percent lump-sum raises that will be given to about 400 workers in August. Additional 1 percent lump-sum bonuses would…
|Deal would give back 3 percent wage cuts to state workers||
Negotiators for Gov. Chris Gregoire and the union that represents state government’s largest group of employees have struck a tentative pay deal that reverses the 3 percent wage cuts of the past two years.
|Bargaining to continue for state workers||
Washington state labor negotiators ended their two-day bargaining session late Thursday night without agreement on new wage and health care benefits for thousands of state agency workers.