What is a concession?
A "concession" is a term used when the employees or employer are being asked to reduce, eliminate, or impose wages or benefits. For example, an employee concession could be to reduce their wages by 5% in the face of fiscal distress expressed by the Town. A concession by the Town could be to add or impose a benefit not previously provided in lieu of something different.

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1. Can I apply for employment at any time?
2. Where do I find a list of open positions?
3. Are there MOUs and Employment Contracts online?
4. Does the Town have to bargain with Unions?
5. When does the MOU's expire?
6. How does the Town decide what it will propose during bargaining?
7. Who has the authority to decide what will be in the contract?
8. If the MOU expires while the Town is still negotiating, what happens?
9. What is a concession?
10. How does the budget impact the negotiations discussion?
11. How long does bargaining last?
12. What is mediation?
13. What is impasse?
14. What happens if agreement is not reached and the parties reach impasse?