Sununu and Unions – No agreement Yet on Wages, Benefits

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — As New Hampshire budget writers start making key decisions on a state spending plan, state employees and the governor’s office remain stalled in negotiations over wages and benefits.

Of the unions that represent more than 10,000 employees, two are in mediation with the state after declaring an impasse in March. The state’s largest union, meanwhile, has filed an unfair labor practices complaint, alleging Gov. Chris Sununu’s office is bending the standard negotiating rules. The Public Employee Labor Relations Board has yet to make a decision. More…

| AP

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