In fact, it appears that pay cheques have decreased, especially when they increased public income tax two years ago. If public employees are overpaid and the gender pay gap is primarily a matter of career choices, would public employees not be more male than the private sector? The majority of the workforce is male, but www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/statistics/employment/jobpat-eeo4/2015/table3/table3_1_state_.html suggested that most public sector employees are women. Do not say that both assertions are false, but I have never seen anyone talk about how contradictory these two assertions are. Staff premiums and ancillary health insurance costs for the national group will increase. Although employee-specific contributions vary depending on the type of health plan and the level of wages, premiums increase each year by $13 per month for individuals and $18 per month for families. Illinois thus remains in the middle ranks of public health plans for employees at the national level. If the 2018 election is an indicator, most taxpayers do not weep the false tears and spread the tired propaganda of the rich right (taxpayers versus government employees). This has been a serious failure because of the voters and the civil servants. Someone must be privileged and unattainable if they believe state employees will accept drastic cuts imposed on them by the likes of Rauner, who earned $333 million in 2015-17. No fan of AFSCME or how these negotiations work (or don`t work), but I`m glad it brings some extra calm and financial stability to government employees. I would like to say that it would be good if AFSCME developed a good relationship with the Pritzker administration, based on good results for the inhabitants and not just on higher wages and benefits. You are funny. I will support any measure that will require your private company to pay more government taxes to fund my salary.
They probably don`t pay enough taxes themselves. Solution to increase your corporate taxes – Crown employee funds In early 2015, Governor Bruce Rauner and AFSCME Council 31 began negotiating a new contract for public servants, represented by AFSCME. In January 2016, Rauner broke off talks and left the negotiations.  AFSCME attempted to resume negotiations, but Rauner refused.  In April 2017, the issues between the two parties were not resolved and a dispute was pending.