Cook County Sheriff Collective Bargaining Agreement

15 Sep Cook County Sheriff Collective Bargaining Agreement

Chicago, IL – Teamsters Local 700 has announced the start of negotiations for a new contract with the Cook Department of Corrections (CCDOC) in Chicago on behalf of the approximately 2500 ccdoc prison officers who represent the union. The current contract expires on November 30, 2020. Contract negotiations begin after months during which CCDOC prison officers put their lives at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, while making their work effective. “CCDOC correctional officers deserve a contract that recognizes them for who they are: essential workers,” said Ramon Williams, President of Local 700. Our members protect the citizens of Cook County every day with courage, often at great personal risk. The bargaining team will fight for a contract that will honor the officers` service, treat them with dignity at work, and compensate them fairly. Prior to the start of contract negotiations, Local held 700 virtual meetings to learn directly from members what topics the bargaining committee should prioritize. As a result, the team will focus on the following: “Our priority is to ensure that the voices of correctional officers are heard during this contract negotiation and that their issues are resolved at the bargaining table,” said Anthony McGee, Vice President of Local 700. We have a talented and dedicated team that is ready to deliver for OCAC members. To leave a comment, you will be redirected to the Cook County site, where you will be invited to register. Want to go to datacatalog.cookcountyil.gov? Thank you for visiting our site. You now use the following collective agreements for Cook County for the periods 2004-2008, 2008-2010, 2012-2017 and 2017-2020 Use OData to open the dataset in tools such as Excel or Tableau.

This will allow a direct link to be established with the data that can be updated as needed within the associated application. Tableau users must select the OData v2 termination option. The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides program-controlled access to this dataset, including the ability to filter, view, and aggregate data. For more information, check out the API documents for this registration or our development portal Teamsters Local 700 announces the start of contract negotiations with the Cook County Sheriff`s Office, as prison officers demand fair pay and dignity in the workplace This view is currently private. You can display it here in the preview, but you need to make it public before people can see it. TO BE PUBLISHED IMMEDIATELYContact: Noelle Hardy, noelleh@teamsterslocal700.com Posted on August 20, 2020 by teamsters700 in CCDOC Updates, Cook County, Corrections, Updates unit // 0 Comments…