UC Laborers Union Protest Pay Wage
About 30 protesters representing the Teamsters Local 2010 union of over 14,000 UC clerical and administrative employees gathered in Quarry Plaza on Aug. 16, denouncing the two-month bargaining delay for a wage contract and demanding better salary and a secure pension. “[The UC] has tens of billions of dollars in reserve […] are their top administrators…
Protesters Occupy Hahn Student Services
Demonstrations continue against UC President Napolitano’s appointment
UAW Reaches Agreement with UC Administration
TA union granted increase in pay, as well as back pay, for undergraduate TAs
Protesters Rally Despite Downpour
Students gather at Quarry Plaza calling for the resignation of Napolitano as well as to escalate next week’s anticipated AFSCME strike.
AFSCME Votes to Strike
AFSCME 3299 and UC administrators remain at the bargaining table searching for middle ground on wages, working conditions, and contract nuances
UC Implements Last Offer for Service Employees
The University of California is an institution built for opportunity, not just for students, but for its workers too. However these workers — the custodians, gardeners, food-service workers and facilities maintenance staff — have been working without a contract since February.