Members vote on Emergency Pay settlement Unprecedented vote on a ULP by CSUEU membership, leadership wants to know how you, the member, would like to proceed. Thousands of CSUEU represented employees who worked at great risk on campus between March and May 2020 when COVID-19 first struck are eligible to receive additional compensation, based on a negotiated tentative settlement between our Union and the CSU. The settlement agreement, which establishes a $5 million fund to compensate employees, is the result of an unfair practice charge our Union filed when the CSU unilaterally ended Emergency Pay on May 31, 2020. CSUEU members will have an opportunity to vote whether to accept or reject the settlement agreement from Monday, Nov. 29 through 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10. You will receive an email and/or text today with instructions on how to vote. Read Frequently Asked Questions about the settlement. FAQs in Spanish . FAQs in Chinese . Only members are eligible to vote. If you are not yet a member, sign up today. This agreement is a compromise. As we negotiate with the CSU for our 2022 contract, the Bargaining Team will be pressing for clearer contract language governing Emergency Pay so that all employees can be fairly compensated the next time they work through an emergency while keeping the CSU operational. The Leadership of the Union recommends a “Yes” vote on this ratification.