ERC 71.01 Policy. This chapter implements the portion of s. 111.70 (4) (d) 3. b., Stats., requiring the commission to conduct an annual election, no later than May 1, to determine whether collective bargaining representation shall continue for represented municipal sector general nonschool district employees who, as of January 30, are not subject to a collective bargaining agreement or are subject to a collective bargaining agreement entered into on or after June 29, 2011. The existing exclusive representative of such employees that wishes to continue said representation, or any other labor organization interested in representing such employees, must file a petition on or before January 30 requesting the commission to conduct a secret ballot election to determine whether a minimum of 51 percent of the bargaining unit employees eligible to vote favor collective bargaining representation by the petitioner or another petitioning labor organization.
We are happy to announce that the Town of Linn Police officers have voted to be represented by the Labor Association of Wisconsin, Inc.
The Labor Association of Wisconsin, Inc. is a 21st Century labor relations firm and has been representing public employees throughout the state of Wisconsin since 1985.
We are looking forward to working with the Police Officers in Town of Linn Police Department.