The Maine State Employees Association (MSEA) filed an amended complaint on Augus
The Maine State Employees Association (MSEA) filed an amended complaint on August 27 against Gov. LePage after their original complaint, filed in February, was dismissed by the Maine Labor Relations Board. MSEA alleges that the state, in reorganizing and contracting out work performed by unionized state employees without bargaining, is violating terms of the labor contract that expired last September. The state counters that it has the right to restructure jobs or subcontract work.
Labor disputes, State officials and employees, Maine State Employees Association, Maine Labor Relations Board
McCarthy, James, "The Maine State Employees Association (MSEA) filed an amended complaint on Augus" (2012). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 5787.
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