COLUMBUS -- The state has asked workers in its largest labor union to accept a 5 percent across-the-board pay cut, a shorter work week and unpaid holidays to help balance the state's troubled budget, according to a document obtained by The Plain Dealer.
The list of cuts and changes Gov. Ted Strickland's administration has asked the workers to accept, which also includes mandatory furloughs and paying more for their health insurance, would amount to $250 million in concessions, according to a members-only e-mail from Ohio Civil Service Employees Association president Eddie L. Parks.
Paycuts are now pouring in from everywhere.....and some CAPS Fools are saying Inflation?????
Whatever your income is right now.....are you prepared to live on half of it in the next five years???
Alstrynomics is giving you the appropriate heads up......