N.J.S.A 44:7-6.1. Wages and terms and conditions of employment; collective negotiation with authorized employee organization

44:7-6.1. Wages and terms and conditions of employment; collective negotiation with authorized employee organization

Notwithstanding the provisions of R.S.44:7-6. Division of old age assistance continued; director; powers and duties; rules and regulations subject to approval of Civil Service Commission or P.L.1950, C. 166 (C. 30:4B-1. Division of Economic Assistance et seq.), a county welfare agency has complete authority to establish wages and terms and conditions of employment for its employees through collective negotiation with an authorized employee organization. The agreement between the county welfare agency and authorized employee organization is binding on both parties and is not subject to approval by the Commissioner of Human Services or his designee, except as provided in sections 2 and 3 of this act.

L.1984, C. 14, S.1, eff. March 8, 1984.

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