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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CSUEU members are eligible for a wide variety of discounts and special programs.
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.
The CSU Employees Union Board of Directors convened for three days June 29-July 1 and held elections for the Union’s statewide Officers positions. Here are the results.
CSUEU is excited to announce the formation of a new committee dedicated to improving the health and safety of our member's work environments. The CSUEU Health And Safety Committee is being spearheaded by Gina Voight, President of Chapter 304 in Sonoma. We sat down and spoke with Gina about why she started this Committee and what she wants to achieve with it.
The recent Supreme Court decision to disregard 40 years of their own legal precedents protecting workers’ rights was exactly what powerful corporate interests groups wanted: the erosion of unions.
Here are the facts: Because we stood strong together, we were able to win a contract with annual wage increases over three years. Because we are organized, we were able to lobby the state to investigate poor health and safety practices on campuses that endanger students, staff and the public. And because we are a Union, when we speak, our voices are amplified through 16,000 CSUEU represented employees.
Here’s a Fact Sheet on the Janus decision and why we need to stick together.
This past year, we accomplished so much by working together! It started with a state audit that exposed CSU budgeting practices and ended in a 3-year contract with raises! We need to continue this momentum and promote State Legislature (AB 1231) that will restore our salary steps. There is strength in numbers and power in supporting each other. Sign up today and be a full member!