2012 in CSU News
April 16: CSU administrators are trying to sneak a cut in grad student assistance past grad students.
2012 in CSU News, Union Activism
Russell Kilday-Hicks' comments to the CSU Board of Trustees at their March 20, 2012, meeting
2012 in CSU News
March 21--The CSU Board of Trustees approved massive pay increases for CSU executives yesterday. The salary hikes go to two incoming campus presidents, including $324,500 plus housing and a $12,000 per year car allowance for the next CSU Fullerton president, Mildred García, formerly the president at CSU Dominguez Hills, who was given a raise of $29,500 for moving from Dominguez Hills to Fullerton.
2012 in Contract News, CSU News
The events that transpired at the last trustee meeting were unfortunate. CSUEU joins the chorus calling for an independent review of the meeting.
2011 in CSU News, Union Activism
The CSU Employees Union released the following comments today in the wake of the CSU Board of Trustees’ November 16 closed meeting:
“The CSU may well have violated the Bagley-Keene Act in taking action in a closed meeting that should have been public. We’re aware of several members of the public and at least one reporter who were excluded from the meeting.
2011 in CSU News
There was an abrupt ending to the second day of the CSU Board of Trustees meeting, Wednesday, November 16.
2010 in CSU News
CSUEU President Pat Gantt delivered this letter to CSU Chancellor Reed on May 11 requesting a system-wide hiring freeze in order for laid-off employees to apply for any open positions.
2010 in CSU News, Legislative, Union Activism
CSUEU President Pat Gantt's remarks to the CSU Board of Trustees at their meeting in Long Beach on March 16 reflect the deep concern that layoff notices are causing.
2010 in CSU News, Press Releases
CSU East Bay announced yesterday that an estimated 140 non-teaching staff members, 86 of whom are members of the CSU Employees Union (CSUEU), would be subject to workforce reductions either by time-reductions or layoffs, effective June 30, 2010. This follows notification last week of layoff of an employee at the Office of the Chancellor in Long Beach.
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