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Union Contract

A contract governing the relations between an employer (or industry) and its employees represented by a union. The union contract may govern wages, benefits, retirement packages, working conditions, and other matters. Union contracts are renegotiated periodically and can be a source of considerable tension.
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In keeping with applicable federal law, the company will work with union representatives regarding potential distribution plans for employees currently working under existing union contracts.
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The initiative includes 10 proposals: increasing community oversight, limiting the use of force, independent investigations and prosecutions, community representation, body cameras, training, ending for-profit policing, demilitarization, and fair police union contracts. The campaign, which can be found at JoinCampaignZero.org, is paying attention to the 2016 presidential race as well--the website lists the policy positions, where applicable, of candidates on both sides of the political aisle.
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