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Solano County Agreement Ratified

October 4, 2015

Solano County doctors have ratified a new MOU that covers the period from September 29, 2015 to September 23, 2017.  The Agreement starts with an immediate 5% increase, then adds other economic gains.

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Solano County Ratifies New Contract

October 8, 2013

UAPD members from Solano County have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a new two year contract.  The agreement will go into effect pending Board of Supervisor approval.  The agreement includes an immediate 2% pay increase and a second 2% increase on October 1, 2014.  The language for Continuing Medical Education has been improved to allow for online course participation, and doctors will now receive $1,500 to offset CME expenses.  In a pension cost-sharing agreement, employees may see a .5% pay deduction in year one, or 1% deduction in year two, if CalPERS increases the employer contribution rate above 14%.

 

Solano County Imposes Contract on UAPD Doctors

September 14, 2011

Memorandum of Understanding Imposed by Solano County

From the Vacaville Reporter (8/23/11):

Solano County is at odds with another union since it rejected the county’s last, best and final offer for a new contract agreement.

The Board of Supervisors will consider today imposing the terms included in the agreement offered to the Union of American Physicians and Dentists, Unit 11. The union represents about 19 employees including dentist, clinic physician and psychiatrist.

According to a staff report, the county and the union have reached a “persistent impasse.”

Last month, supervisors unanimously agreed to impose terms offered to the 90 employees in the job classes of Child Support Attorney, Deputy District Attorney and Deputy Public Defender — represented by the Teamsters, Chauffeurs & Helpers in Sacramento and Public, Professional and Medical Employees Union, Local 150.
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Bargaining Roundup: Counties, Clinics, CSU

July 12, 2011

In recent years the best strategy for many county bargaining units has been to rollover the current contract rather than negotiate a new one, assuming the employer agrees to do so. While extending a contract generally means no new salary increases, it also means no takeaways, which in the current economy is often a fair compromise. Los Angeles County Bargaining Unit 324 (Physicians) and Bargaining Unit 325 (Dentists and Psychiatrists) each recently agreed to extend their current county contracts until 2012. This was an especially appealing option for BU 324 members, because their contract includes a 3% annual increase which did not expire. BU 325 doctors who have not reached the top of the pay scale will also see a salary step increase this year. Sacramento County doctors also agreed to a one year extension of their contract, though it included a change in the retirement formula for new hires. As in Los Angeles County BU 325, Sacramento doctors not already at the final salary step will get a pay increase.

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Solano County Memorandum of Understanding (Contract)

June 22, 2011

Memorandum of Understanding — Solano County (PDF)
Solano County Human Resources
Solano County Employer – Employee Relations Rules and Regulations (PDF)
Solano County Civil Services Rules (PDF)

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May 13, 2011

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