|Monterey County, Calif., Supervisors Seek Union Input on Layoffs|
|Topic||Human Resource Management|
|Key Words||Layoffs, unions|
|InfoTrac Reference|| CJ113154265
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Faced with an upset work force and charges of discrimination, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors agreed to iron out details of upcoming layoffs with labor leaders before issuing layoff notices to employees. The layoffs would save almost $5.8 million and eliminate 76 positions. But supervisors agreed to wait two weeks so that an exact process can be established.
|Source||"Monterey County, Calif., Supervisors Seek Union Input on Layoffs," The Monterey County Herald, Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News, Feb. 11, 2004.|
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