On Wednesday, May 14, at the Sacramento Convention Hall, University of California Regents and Officers convened their final meeting of the school year to discuss a community college Transfer Initiative, incidents of on-campus sexual assault, and the future of biomanufacturing for the state economy. But overshadowing the litigious dialogue of the meeting was the presence of students and campus activists, who brought up a number of issues the Regents were either unwilling or, because of time restraints, unable to address.
Viewpoints: UC has a labor-relations problem (Comments Off)
In Dwaine Duckett’s commentary “UC doesn’t deserve labor smear tactic” (Viewpoints, Jan. 28), he alleged that it was unreasonable for AFSCME-represented UC employees to demand the same respect and dignity that is afforded other UC workers who serve the same people in the same facilities.
Berkeley: Following the April death of UC Service Worker Damon Frick, AFSCME 3299 yesterday filed a formal complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), alleging that the University violated the California Health and Safety Act and failed to comply with its own health and safety policies.
- Strike Averted: AFSCME 3299 and UC Reach Tentative Agreement for Patient Care Technical Workers
- AFSCME 3299 Announces Picket Locations and Events for March 24-28 Unfair Labor Practice Strike at UC Hospitals
- AS STRIKE LOOMS, STATE LABOR BOARD SIDES WITH AFSCME 3299–ISSUES BAD FAITH BARGAINING COMPLAINTS AGAINST UC