Miami-Dade County pays millions to employees who work full time for labor unions - Miami-Dade - MiamiHerald.com
: "More than 40 Miami-Dade County public employees are collecting $2.65 million-plus in salaries from taxpayers so far this year — but they don’t have to do their county jobs, the Miami Herald has learned.
The 42 employees are excused from their work duties to serve as union representatives, and they cannot be fired for not doing county work under Miami-Dade’s agreements with the 10 unions representing workers.
On paper, the exempt union workers hold a variety of positions, from six-figure police and firefighters to lesser-paid public-transit workers."
Miami Hogs at the Trough.
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