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The latest state audit of the CSU, which was conducted at the urging of CSU Employees Union, shows that the University leadership has $1.5 billion outside of public view while raising student tuition and keeping employees' wages stagnant.
Even as the CSU has claimed "poverty" to justify raising student tuition, cutting classes and laying off frontline employees over the past decades, the audit shows that investment accounts held by the CSU outside of the state Treasury has a $1.5 billion balance.
Because these funds lack direct state oversight, little is known about their management or use.
CSUEU-sponsored legislation to restore 5% salary steps to Support Staff cleared a Senate Committee hurdle today. Assembly Bill 369 will advance next to the Senate Appropriations Committee.
The bill, authored by Assemblymember Dr. Shirley Weber and co-sponsored by SEIU and Teamsters, was approved by a 5-1 vote of the Senate Education Committee. Wednesday’s vote follows the Assembly's overwhelming approval of AB 369 by a 69-3 vote.
With the Assembly’s overwhelming 69-3 bi-partisan vote supporting CSUEU-sponsored Assembly Bill 369 (Weber), the bill moves to the state Senate where the Education Committee is expected to hold a hearing next week.
Just as we did in the spring when we flooded the Assembly with nearly 1,000 letters, we need at minimum to match that effort with the Senate to ensure AB 369 successfully arrives on the Governor’s desk.
All employees represented by CSU Employees Union will see a pay increase in the July 2019 paycheck, when we receive our 3% percent annual increases negotiated in our 2018-2020 collective bargaining contract. The salary increases were hard-won and possible only with strong and dedicated support from our Union members.
President Report to CSUEU Board of Directors | March 9, 2019