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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


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


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


Late paycheck? Take action!

Despite our proactive outreach to top UC administrators alerting them to the problems with the UCPath payroll system, we have heard from hundreds of workers who were not paid or were paid the wrong amount.

If you are not being paid, or being paid the wrong amount:

  1. Report your issue to our union.

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Posted in Solidarity, UCforALL, Updates, Wages


Check Your Check! Late and Non-Payment Issues with New UC Payroll System

Dear Member,

Are you looking forward to your November 1 paycheck? Me too, but right now I’m worried I’m not going to get paid. That’s because this will be the first check for TAs at UCLA and UCSB under the University’s new UCPath payroll system. UCPath has cost UC nearly $1 billion*,

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Posted in Los Angeles, Merced, Riverside, Santa Barbara, UCforALL, Wages


Results of Contract Ratification Vote

By a margin of 58.6% to 41.4% (2,564 yes votes to 1,810 no votes), members have voted to ratify the contract. This was one of the largest turnouts for a contract ratification vote in our Union’s history. You can find the full text of the final ratified proposals here and the breakdown of votes by campus below:

Campus
YES
NO

Davis
238
206

Berkeley
751
540

Merced
69
34

Santa Cruz
72
349

Santa Barbara
234
106

Riverside
188
52

Los Angeles
554
197

Irvine
259
98

San Diego
198
226

San Francisco
1
2

STATEWIDE TOTALS
2564
1810

 

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Posted in Contract Wins, UCforALL


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