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UCPath – VICTORY! UC agrees to settle grievances

After long negotiations with UAW 2865, UC has finally agreed to compensate over 700 student workers at UCPath campuses who experienced issues with pay, with after-tax amounts ranging from $150-$450. These payments are in addition to any pay owed by the university and are intended to make workers whole for difficulties they experienced—such as late fees,

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Posted in Current Campaigns, Updates

Petition to improve UC-SHIP; ongoing payroll issues

Campaign to Improve Healthcare

Members from across the state have come together to author a petition to the Student Health Advisory Committees and UC Chancellors to make much-needed improvements to Academic Student Employee (ASE) care. Building on ASE responses to a statewide healthcare survey,

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Posted in Campus Units, Current Campaigns, Health Care, In the Press, Solidarity, UCforALL

Contract Ratification Appeal Final Findings

UAW 2865’s Executive Board issued final findings on the contract ratification appeal, read them here »

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Posted in Current Campaigns

DeVos attacks Title IX – UAW fights back

Speak out for survivors’ rights!

Secretary Betsy DeVos’ Department of Education has proposed changes to Title IX that if enacted would be a step backwards for survivor’s rights, and represent a direct attack on equality in education.

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Posted in Current Campaigns, Solidarity, UCforALL, Updates

UCLA UCPath Update & Commitments

Last week UCLA union members affected by UCPath payment problems met with UCLA Labor Relations and requested a list of remedies, including: interest on late wages, legal counsel for students facing eviction proceedings, cost of any financial penalties, and waiver of all University-related fees incurred due to late pay or tuitions remission because of UCPath,

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Major victories for UAW academic workers // Ongoing UCPath issues

This Thanksgiving, academic workers have two victories to celebrate. Two of our sibling unions have reached important milestones in their fight for representation.

Yesterday the 5,000 Academic Researchers at UC who chose to join UAW Local 5810 (Postdocs and now Academic Researchers) received their official certification from the Public Employee Relations Board.

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Posted in Campus Units, Current Campaigns, Solidarity, UCforALL