Below are Letters of Agreements (LOA’s), Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s – which are essentially the same as LOA’s), and Review Committee decisions (RC’s) from the current and previous contract cycles.  For other documents and historical research, consult the ESC PG&E steward database or contact your Union Rep.

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LOA 16-18 DCPP Closure, Retention, and Severance

Recognizing the closure of DCPP in 2015, creates two retention periods (4 and then 3 years) with 25% extra pay if employee does not leave or retire.


LOA 16-19 DCPP Staffing and Promotions

Converts contractual requirement to hire 10 additional employees and to promote 10 existing employees at DCPP.


LOA 16-20 (Modifies LOA 16-18) To Permit Bidding During Retention Period

Establishes minor modification and clarification of LOA 16-18.


LOA 16-21 (Modifies 16-05) Tuition Reimbursement Language Cleanup

Cleans up and modifies tuition and reimbursement from LOA 16-05.


LOA 16-23 Estimator Bypass Pay and New Hire Provisions

Estimator bypassed for Emergency Overtime is paid 2 hours at 2x rate. Settle old grievances on this issue. Establishes a two-year lock-in period for new hires into Estimating positions from outside ESC.


LOA 16-26 Eliminate Paid Family Leave (PFL) Waiting Period

This eliminates the one-week waiting period for the newly improved Paid Family Leave benefit.


LOA 17-05 Electric Mapping LPE Exam

Changes procedures for Mapping Advancement Exam, like cutoff score, appeals process, test development process, etc.


LOA 17-06 Metering Engineers

Combines Electric, Gas and SmartMeter Engineers into one classification, with some separation for Electric and Gas. Updates to Metering Engineer job descriptions.


LOA 17-12 Incentive Program Refueling Outages

Establishes incentive programs for the next refueling outages.


LOA 17-16-R1 Specialized Estimating Teams

Pilot program where special estimating teams have their own bid codes. Overtime is still shared. EOT and ETP issues addressed