University of California lecturers ratify a 3-year contract

IT TOOK THEM three years, but lecturers across the University of California system finally sealed a contract, gaining better job security and base salary raises. The American Federation of Teachers, the union for the 1,600 UC lecturers, reached a provisional agreement Thursday morning for a new labor contract which would be effective through June 2006. “We believe this is a fair and balanced agreement, especially in light of the significant state funding constraints we’re experiencing,” Judith Boyette, the UC associate vice president for human resources and benefits, said in a statement. Negotiations began in spring of 2000 after the lecturers’ […]
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