St. Joseph County announces labor agreements

St. Joseph County Administrator Teresa Doehring announced Tuesday tentative contract agreements have been reached with the county’s 10 different labor unions.

Doehring said with two exceptions, annual raises of 2 percent will be given in each of the next three years. Meanwhile, corrections officers will receive 3 percent raises annually over the next 36 months while the command group for the sheriff’s department road patrol unit will see raises of 3 percent next year, followed by 2 percent raises in each of the following two years of the three-year contract. The latter contract was based on a mediator’s recommendation.

The unions are: Circuit Court and Friend of the Court; Family Court employees; Probate Court employees; AFSCME general unit; St. Joseph County District Court Employees’ Association; Corrections Sergeants Division; Correction Officer Division; Command Officers Association of Michigan; and Police Officers Association of Michigan – Law Enforcement Division.

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