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Executive contract??


Dont kill the messenger. I saw this on a whatsapp group text and am interested to know if there is any validity to this. I dont know who made it. 



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Do you mind sending another pic of the executive contract, the one you sent is blurry



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I zoomed in and took a screenshit of it .



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This was circulated at cea meeting. Its just taking pba contract and applying to executive ranks. Contract would be July 31 2022 to July 31 2027

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The rates have been agreed upon (same as PBA) just ironing out the other stuff.

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Any idea when they will be implemented?

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wereinbacklog wrote:

The rates have been agreed upon (same as PBA) just ironing out the other stuff.


 That doesnt make much sense as the Sba is still working on theirs and the Lba is waiting for the Sgts to finish first. 



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wereinbacklog wrote:

The rates have been agreed upon (same as PBA) just ironing out the other stuff.


 Hopefully the Steps to top pay wont be extended.



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If Pba didnt have any givebacks theres no reason we should. 



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wereinbacklog wrote:

The rates have been agreed upon (same as PBA) just ironing out the other stuff.


 That doesnt make much sense as the Sba is still working on theirs and the Lba is waiting for the Sgts to finish first. 


 The CEA is part of a coalition including those other unions the rates are the same as the PBA pattern.  



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Okay the rates being the same are understandable but i am interested to see the details of each step explained like the current contract



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New2this22 wrote:

Okay the rates being the same are understandable but i am interested to see the details of each step explained like the current contract


 Like this?



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New2this22 wrote:

Okay the rates being the same are understandable but i am interested to see the details of each step explained like the current contract


 That won't happen until is ratified.  That document is prepared by Labor Relations and posted on their portal.  



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Okay I appreciate it. 



-- Edited by New2this22 on Sunday 4th of June 2023 04:32:27 PM

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I heard from my delegate that the numbers are accurate. Looking to ratify it in the next few months and implement it before the end of the year.

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Has there been any updates on when the vote is going to the general membership?

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shwangtwang wrote:

Has there been any updates on when the vote is going to the general membership?


 Crickets on that new CEA administration sucks.  



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Directly from the cea president during an in person q and a

They met with city rep ( who took the whole month of july off) in august to discuss specific items particularly regarding the  captains.

Ballots expected in oct/nov to be snail mailed

No online voting bc it requires changing the bylaws.

 

CEA desperately needs young blood.



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Whats the starting salary with new contract?

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CEA and LBA are not going to ratify till after Sgts.

Sgts are still working out issues with the 12 hour tour stuff.

This may be awhile.

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Thank you



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Every 5 yrs as a Capt we get the pension of the next higher rank correct? 5 yrs as a Capt our pension is that of a top pay DI?

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Yes. Only salary though, not stuff like holiday pay etc

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Truthseeker wrote:

Yes. Only salary though, not stuff like holiday pay etc


 Dont seem like a huge difference between the holiday not a bad deal. 



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With the latest LBA raise (3/16/24). Will a LSA/LCD at the 2nd step go straight to top pay Captain if promoted before the next captain raise in September?

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Wishful thinking.....

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LCD 2nd step $152,380 plus service differential of $3,578 comes out to $155,958. Captain 3rd step is $155,287 so technically yes you would go to top pay before the next Captain bump on 9/22. At least this is my understanding unless someone else can debunk it.



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Leslie wrote:

Every 5 yrs as a Capt we get the pension of the next higher rank correct? 5 yrs as a Capt our pension is that of a top pay DI?


 Yes sir 



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A DI makes 8-9K more than a Captain.  That's an extra 4K a year in the pension.  Divide the 4K by 12 and you get $333 more in a pension check



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The chart above looks like its just under $12k. Which would equal about $500 more a check. Unless Im missing something?

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Its just base pay not the other stuff like holiday etc. 220 vs 209 so about 11k and its also looking at 2026 raise not current schedule

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So based on that contract listed above if Im reading correctly. Top pay captain will be $232k and top pay LT is $163k? $59k difference between the two? Or is the $163k true base and the $232k is everything included?

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Jibberjab wrote:

So based on that contract listed above if Im reading correctly. Top pay captain will be $232k and top pay LT is $163k? $59k difference between the two? Or is the $163k true base and the $232k is everything included?


 Captain base will be 209k



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