CSUEU has chapters at the 23 CSU campuses plus the Office of the Chancellor, for a total of 24 chapters.
The complete 2017-2020 CSUEU / CSU Tentative Agreement
We've accomplished so much together, including an audit that exposed CSU budgeting practices and a 3-year contract with raises!
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Just weeks into her new job, Lt. Governor, Eleni Kounalakis – California’s first female elected to that position – has demonstrated genuine commitment to engage with constituents and work collaboratively with stakeholders toward a better future for working families.
We are thrilled that CSUEU members and leaders have already had two encouraging face-to-face meetings with Kounalakis, first at the state Capitol followed by a one-hour meeting at CSU San Marcos, the first campus visit by the Lt. Governor who plans to visit all 23 campuses.
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We received nearly 500 responses to a survey distributed last month to assess how campus closures affected CSUEU represented support staff who were deemed "essential" and required to work even as the Air Quality Index levels registered "very unhealthy" or "hazardous."
“Thank you to all who took the time to complete this important survey. From the responses received, there are serious questions and concerns our Union has which we need Management to address," said Rocky Sanchez, Vice President for Representation. "Our overall goal is to improve the process for the next time, which unfortunately will come, when disaster strikes and Management has to decide what staffing levels are needed and where. We need to ensure that safety protocols are widely understood, and plans have been thought through and not made in the middle of an emergency."
Just a few days after being sworn in as California's 40th top CEO, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a general fund spending plan on Thursday totaling $144 billion - 81% of which is dedicated to education and health & human services.
"This is fantastic news and it shows that the Governor is true to his word," said CSUEU President Neil Jacklin. "Many of us supported his bid for governor and it was with the hope that he would make higher education a priority. And that's what he did with this proposed budget - it truly reflects his commitment to the CSU."
FACT: Wages have been stagnant across the state and nation for decades!
REASON: Unions and the power they hold are decreasing across the country and with the Janus decision public unions, like CSUEU, have taken a blow.
The CSUEU fights for…
* A deserved wage/benefit increase, paternal/sick/catastrophic leave, a safe workplace, managerial accountability, reasonable healthcare, access to higher education, etc. (all in our bargained contract)!
* Retirement protection (pension, healthcare)!
* Employees’ First Amendment rights!
* Due process and fairness, when needed!
* Creating and strengthening the middle class and a stable lifestyle for us and our families!
I urge you to JOIN us and help keep us strong! We are more powerful TOGETHER than as individuals!