If Malloy wants to restore the trust of the public, state workers and legislators in his leadership, he must rescind those bonuses. Here's why:
Most recently we saw the news that bonuses are being issued to non union state workers this month. The bonuses are called longevity payments, and they are being issued to workers not based on merit but for simply hanging around in state government for several years. The taxpayers' price tag on those October bonuses? $7 million.
To the best Prada Nylon Backpack Small of my knowledge, this change was not publicly announced to either state union workers or the Legislature. Labor leaders, as well as Democratic and Republican legislators, all have expressed surprise about the changed terms.
of us in Connecticut that our state's chief executive officer maintain the trust that this position requires. The impression that changes in the conditions underlying the agreement with state unions were surreptitiously initiated by the Malloy administration without forthright disclosure to either union leaders or legislators seriously erodes that trust.
Only Gov. Malloy's revocation of the unilateral and undisclosed change of terms can restore the trust that has been undermined by this issue. The governor needs to act swiftly to restore the trust that is critical to his effectiveness as the leader of our state. He must seize the initiative and revoke the October bonus payments intended for non union state employees.
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a bonus to any state employees immediately after the largest tax increase in Connecticut history is a betrayal of the governor's promise of "shared sacrifice."
Duke University Men's Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski once said, "In leadership, there are no words more important than trust. In any organization, trust must be developed among every member of the team if success is going to be achieved."
In October 2011, Coach K's words are ringing true here in Connecticut. The trust of the public, state employees and the legislature has been undermined by Gov. Dan Malloy and his administration. Whether it be the "shared sacrifice" disproportionately borne by taxpayers, the apparent conflict of interest of key Malloy administration officials or changes in the state's labor agreement that were not disclosed to legislators and labor leaders, the governor has eroded public trust in his leadership.
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In documents circulated to state workers to explain the original proposed union deal there were explicit representations made assuring union workers that concessions made by Original Prada Wallet
Every state employee with whom I have spoken has told me they understood this would apply to the foregoing of the October longevity payment they agreed to give up. Apparently, this was intended as a condition of the original framework of the state union deal but was changed by the administration when the agreement was reopened for voting.
them would be imposed on non union employees, too.
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Moreover, during the second round of voting on the union deal, the governor stated publicly that he would not negotiate a change in the terms of the original proposed agreement. The only differences appeared to be clearer explanations of the terms and conditions of the original deal that were misunderstood by many state employees and led to their rejection of the original proposal.
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