Monday, September 27, 2010

NFL Employees Work Stoppage Plans

In this season, the Work Stoppage Process Lingered for the next year. This week, for the first time, the NFL office laid out the league’s plan to its employees in the event of a lockout or work stoppage.

Department heads were declares of what has been described as a three-phase plan to handle a lockout or work stoppage. They are then instructed to relay the plan to employees in each department.

The plan was divided in to multiple sources, Phase1, which would begin if a new collective bargaining agreement is not reached by April; implies pay cuts for Commissioner Roger Goodell and senior vice presidents.

Phase2 would entail the majority of league employees taking two-week unpaid leaves of absence. Phase Three would result in larger scale pay cuts and salary freezes.

According to Aiello, “Our employees are aware of both of the strident comments coming from the NFLPA leadership for more than a year and the union’s current actions to position itself to decertify and go out of business.”

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