4. a gender-neutral contract language and an agreement to meet and consult to identify and discuss best practices for respectful and welcoming employment for transgender, non-sexist and non-binary workers. The chief negotiator of the state of Iowa negotiates collective agreements with three unions. Click on the links below to view the current contracts with each of these groups. Our clerical bargaining committee would like to thank the more than 1,000 members who signed petitions, sent emails, came to rallies, wore green on Fridays and talked about #FightForOurFuture with their friends, colleagues and bosses. Thanks to all your efforts, we have a treaty in which members will make real economic progress. We were together and we won wage increases, we protected health care, raised the minimum wage and much more! Our 2019-2021 collective agreements come into effect this month. Upload your contract at the bottom. Collective Agreement between the University of Minnesota and AFSCME Locals 3800 & 3801 Council 5, AFL-CIO Clerical & Office Unit Unit General Government (GG) Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) CBA with followed amendments 3. A lump sum of $500 for all employees 15 years of age or older as of May 1, 2020. 2019 – 2021 Agreement between the State of Iowa and the SPOC PDF. SvenErik Olsen, Co-Chair; Andy Carhart; Rosetta Chears; Cherrene Horazuk; Mary Lou Garza; Amanda Greenhart; Geraldine Hughes; Meron Negussie; Sandy Modin Here are the highlights of the 2019-2021 preliminary agreement, concluded on December 11.
It took almost 6 months of organizing and activism of hundreds of members, but there are a lot of gains that were worth waiting for!. . . The Evergreen State College, Student Support Service Unit (TESC SSSU) Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)CBA with the changes followed. . These are in addition to the 2% periodic increases that people receive on their birthday. This represents a total of 8.5% (compounding) over the 2 years for people in the sector and 4.5% (compounding) over the two years for people at the head of the sector. Come to our meeting next week to learn more about voting, thank the bargaining committee and enjoy a union community. We will have a truncated agenda, followed by a potluck dinner! The meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 17 at 5:30 p.m. at Peik Hall Room 48 (East Bank), with video connections for the Minnesota metropolitan area. . .