Pittsburgh, public works union agree to 5-year contract with 3% raises

Several hundred Pittsburgh Public Works employees will receive raises of 2 percent and 3 percent under a five-year contract approved by the city and a union representing the workers.

Public works employees will receive 2 percent retroactive raises for 2018 and 3 percent raises each subsequent year.

Mayor Bill Peduto and Philip Ameris Sr., who heads the Pittsburgh Joint Collective Bargaining Committee, signed the contract Jan. 3, according to the Mayor’s Office. The union represents 337 carpenters, custodians, painters, plumbers, roofers, laborers and heavy equipment operators.

Source: Pittsburgh, public works union agree to 5-year contract with 3% raises

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