MADISON (WKOW) -- Dane County is preparing to adopt an employee handbook, but the county's holdout against Wisconsin's collective bargaining law may not be over.
According to the State Journal, County Executive Joe Parisi still hasn't said if he'll pursue another union contract extension.
The county has extended deals for general employees three times now, to prevent Act 10 from taking effect. Contracts are valid through January of 2016.
Parisi said he's asking staff to design a new system of labor-management relations. The handbook would continue all current benefits and working conditions, except those prohibited by Act 10.
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