The Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) Confirms .12% CPI for Bargaining Agreements Beginning July 1, 2016
Michael J. Julka , Steve Zach , Eileen A. Brownlee , Douglas E. Witte , Richard F. Verstegen , William L. Fahey , Frank C. Sutherland , Jennifer S. Mirus , David P. Weller , Tess O'Brien-Heinzen , Rhonda R. Hazen | 01.22.16
The WERC’s website now includes the most recent CPI calculation, 0.12%. On a starting base wage of $35,000 the CPI increase is $42 ($35,000 x .0012).
Consumer Price Index Calculation Chart (updated last on 01−21−16)
The Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) has advised the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) that the CPI‑U increase applicable to one year collective bargaining agreements with a term beginning on the following dates is as noted in the corresponding column in the chart below.
|Beginning date of one year collective bargaining agreement||Applicable CPI‑U as determined by WI Department of Revenue|
|July 1, 2016||0.12%|
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