Wisconsin Employment and Labor Law Updates 2022


December

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.


November

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October

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September

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August

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July

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June

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May

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April

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March

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February

Public Safety Collective Bargaining Unit

Bill

Senate Bill 871

Summary

Concerns ratification of the agreement negotiated between the state of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association for the biennium; covers employees in the public safety collective bargaining unit, and authorizes an expenditure of funds.

Enacted

02/11/2022

Effective Date

02/13/2022

Topics

Industry: Public_employer


January

There were no employment and/or labor bills that were enacted that were identified.

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