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07/14/2015

The administration takes a tough stand on step increases, but unions argue that incremental pay is typically paid without a signed and sealed contract Gov. Chris Christie has taken an aggressive approach to dealing with public workers and their unions since taking office in early 2010. He’s encouraged voters to reject school budgets in communities where teachers weren’t accepting pay freezes, pushed to change civil-service rules, and signed legislation that forced employees to pay more toward to their pensions and health benefits.

07/09/2015

TRENTON — New Jersey's public worker unions have gone to court against the state to challenge a pay freeze enacted when state employee contracts expired last week.

In a notice sent to unions June 29 and obtained by NJ Advance Media, the Governor's Office of Employee Relations said it would suspend step increases — raises in pay when workers reach annual milestones in years of service — if a new agreement was not struck by July 1.

Contracts for more than 50,000 state workers expired on June 30 as the heads of several public employee unions, locked in a bitter battle with the state over pensions, have said they're not in a hurry to negotiate.

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