Bargaining Units & Personnel Plans
American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 5 (Units 202, 203, 204, 206 & 207)
Includes the (202) Craft Maintenance and Labor Unit, (203) Service Unit, (204) Health Care Non-professional Unit, (206) Clerical and Office Unit, and the (207) Technical Unit
Commissioner's Plan (MMB) (Units 213 & 217)
Covers all non-managerial classified and unclassified employees (except unclassified employees of the legislative and judicial branches) who are not covered by a collective bargaining agreement and who are not otherwise provided for in law.
Managerial Plan (MMB) (Unit 220)
This plan covers all classified and unclassified employees in positions identified by the Commissioner of Employee Relations as managerial.
Middle Management Association (MMA) (Unit 216)
This bargaining unit is comprised of supervisory employees who provide professional and technical services and also supervise employees in all state agencies. The unit contains approximately 2,800 supervisors.
Minnesota Association of Professional Employees (MAPE) (Unit 214)
This bargaining unit includes professional employees who perform a wide array of specialized, professional services from accounting to zoology. This is the largest state bargaining unit and has approximately 9,900 employees.
Minnesota State College Faculty (MSCF)
This bargaining unit includes College Faculty Members.
Personnel Plan for Administrators
This Plan applies to all unclassified administrators of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities as defined in Section 1.02 of this Plan, who are not covered under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement.
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