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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Governor Brown’s veto of AB 1231 was a travesty.
As the author of the CSU Employees Union sponsored legislation, I can tell you there was no sound reason why AB 1231 shouldn’t become law. It is simple fairness to give CSU support staff well-earned, and long overdue, salary steps enjoyed by management and faculty as well as the vast majority of other state employees. I am so angry by this injustice, but getting mad isn’t enough. I want you to know that I have recommitted to this cause.
Governor Brown’s decision today to not sign AB 1231 (Weber) into law is a crushing disappointment for the thousands of CSU employees who were counting on the governor to restore fairness to an unjust pay system that treats support staff as second-class citizens.
We can say with pride we did everything we could. And we are not done. We are not giving up; we will pursue all avenues to challenge the CSU to restore fairness to all its employees. We didn’t succeed with AB 1231, but everyone who participated in the campaign should know your activism mattered.
State Auditor Will Investigate CSU Parking Program and Billions of Dollars in Outside Accounts
In its continuing efforts to hold the CSU accountable, a bi-partisan legislative committee today unanimously approved a CSUEU-requested state audit of the CSU's finances. Authored by Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva (D - Fullerton), the audit will assess the CSU parking program and the nearly $3.8 billion being held in accounts held outside of the State Treasury.
So you’ve been a Union member with the CSU Employees Union since forever. Why do you need to renew your membership?
The recent Supreme Court ruling on Janus vs. AFSCME was meant to be a blow against organized workers. But we're still standing. The case was argued by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation - a group whose sole purpose is to break unions. Funded by billionaires and corporations, the so-called "Right to Work" movement aims to strip workers' rights and suppress wages.
We have a different plan.
Strong unions lead to a strong middle-class. As workers lose ground in this economy, we’ve seen middle-class families struggle just to stay afloat. I don’t want that for our future - that’s why I’m a proud member of CSUEU. Join us!