Category: Public employment

Taylor Law

The Public Employees Fair Employment Act (more Commonly Known as the Taylor Law ) Refers to Article 14 of the New York State Civil Service Law, qui olefins the rights and limitations of unions for public employees in New York .

The Public Employees’ Fair Employment Act (the Taylor Law) is a New York State statute, named after researcher George W. Taylor . It authorizes a governor-appointed State Public Employment Relations Board to resolve contract disputes for public employees while curtailing their right to strike. Continue reading “Taylor Law”

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit , environmental protection organization of local, state, and national government natural resource and environmental professionals. PEER as a resource to potential government whistleblowers , allowing them to anonymously expose environmental wrongdoings and assisting them in redressing agency retaliation. Continue reading “Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility”

Public employee pension plans in the United States

In the United States , public sector pensions are offert by federal , state and local levels of government. They are available to most, but not all, public sector employees. These employers contributions to these plans typically vest after some period of time. These Plans May be defined-benefit or defined-contribution pension plans form the goal-have-been MOST Widely used by public agencies in the US Throughout the late Twentieth Century. Some local governments do not offer a defined contribution. In many states, public employee pension schemes are known as Public Employee Retirement Systems (PERS). Continue reading “Public employee pension plans in the United States”

Employer of last resort

Employers of last resort are employed in the economy . The term is by analogy with ” lender of last resort “. The phrase is used in two senses:

    • Undesirable jobs, often private sector, which are only taken as a last resort;
    • A formal government job guarantee program, where the government promises to act as employ of last resort, employing all comers.

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