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September 26, 1997
Laid-off city employees have flooded their union with grievances over the way their layoffs were handled. Union President Freddy Licon said some workers were denied vacation pay and sick pay they were owed under their contracts, and that others were not properly notified. Interim City Manager Jack Simpson conceded that there is a problem, saying that union contracts require notifications of 30 to 90 days before a worker can be laid off.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1997
Laid-off city employees have flooded their union with grievances over the way their layoffs were handled. Union President Freddy Licon said some workers were denied vacation pay and sick pay they were owed under their contracts, and that others were not properly notified. Interim City Manager Jack Simpson conceded that there is a problem, saying that union contracts require notifications of 30 to 90 days before a worker can be laid off.
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