The village is also in arbitration proceedings with the Metropolitan Police Alliance Chapter 159, and insurance costs are among the sticking points in this dispute. Since 1981, full-time police officers have been covered by a collective agreement. These people are currently insured under an agreement with the Metropolitan Police Alliance (MAP). All major employees and part-time workers have been insured since 2010 under an agreement with the International Union of Operating Engineers – Local 150. The agreement includes the following professional names/classifications: Season 2, maintenance, mechanic, maintenance and maintenance of tools (the latter two classifications, including inventory technicians and maintenance technicians). Below are the agreements for the village`s tariff units. The village and local 368 have been in negotiations for 17 months and began mediation at the beginning of the year, when conditions failed to reach an agreement. Among the stumbling blocks are higher health insurance costs and a pay increase will not go back to May 2011, when Local 368`s last contract ended. At Frederick T. Owens Village Hall, Orland Park administrators listened Monday night to roadworks scheduled to begin next year on LaGrange Road, while Orland Park employees gathered outside the lobby to tell the village what they think of both the tone and content of recent contract negotiations. The village appreciates its employees and the contribution they make to the community.

It should be noted that not all sworn public security officers participate in social security. If you have any questions about the information provided here, please contact the Director of Human Resources. „It is clear to us and to the members that this current administrator considers the people who work for the village as second-class citizens and that they do not deserve the same respect as the administrator and other unions,“ said Jeff Dexter, staff representative of the American State Federation, County and Council of Municipal Workers.31 The Village of Schaumburg is looking for talented and motivated employees with a wide range of backgrounds and professional experience to achieve our organizational goals and the service requirements of our residents and businesses.