1.La NAF and artisanal wage margins are created under the supervision of the Ministry of Defence Directive 5120.42 “Department of Defense Wage Fixing Authority–Nonappropriated Fund Compensation Programs,” May 19, 1977. 2.In in 1991, the parties introduced a CBA known as a “blue” contract for its cover color. As relevant to this litigation, this agreement briefly states that “employees may be recognized by cash bonuses in accordance with the control rules.” The agreement contained only eight exclusions from the negotiated appeal procedure. In 1992, less than a year later, the parties implemented a CBA contract with the so-called “green” contract, involving the introduction of pay bands and modernization. Although the EU considers that the “green” contract is not valid or only concerns the terms of employment of salaried workers, it has never formally questioned its validity. This agreement contains a provision for mandatory awards for outstanding and excellent performance, discretionary distinctions at the satisfactory level, calls for other incentives, including revenue-sharing programs and non-traditional prices such as televisions and jewellery, and establishes 19 exceptions to the negotiated appeal procedure. 3.In Vermont Air National Guard, Burlington, Vermont and Association of Civilian Technician Technician, Inc., 9 FLRA 737 (1982), FLRA transferred the burden of proof in the panel proceedings of the party, which wished to limit the scope of the NGP; in this case, it is the employer. 4.A 1994 survey of 52 businesses in Cumberland County, where Fort Bragg is headquartered, shows that many local employers offer significantly fewer benefits. While part-time workers in the CNAF can choose from a range of benefits, private employers offer far fewer benefits to these workers.
Some 87% of private sector companies provide paid leave to full-time workers; Only 35% offer paid leave to part-time workers. For sick leave, 46% of full-time workers offer such leave, 8 per cent offer this leave to part-time workers. Only 33% of employers offer retirement plans to their employees and only 19% offer workers small non-production bonuses. 5.Taking into account the amortization of real estate and other real estate, the net loss for 1994 was USD 1,927,444.47 and for 1995 $2,245,934.47. 6.See z.B. Service Employees International Union, Local 556, AFL-CIO and Department of the Army, United States Army Support Command, Hawaii, Fort Schafter, Hawaii, 29 FLRA 1553, 1554-1557 (1987).