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CSU Contract Ratification


Tentative Agreement Reached!

CSU Skilled Trades

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In just six months since affiliation, we have come together as Teamsters, taking action like CSU has not seen before! From our Teamster petitions, to our campus pickets, to our rallies at the Trustees meetings, our demand for “Safe Campus and Fair Pay” was heard loud and clear.

Our hard work has already paid off, as we have won a Tentative Agreement in our reopener negotiations. Although the reopener initially covered only one year of pay and benefits, we were able to secure a total of three years of guaranteed raises, plus language addressing our critical issues: the broken IRP process, and deferred maintenance and understaffing at CSU.

Here are the highlights:

Over 10% base-building general salary increases, compounded, over three years!

A fairer, consistent In-Range Progression (IRP) system.
  • IRP denials can now be reviewed by an outside impartial Arbitrator
  • CSU must bargain with the Union within 60 days for consistent, statewide policies on IRPs
  • If CSU refuses to agree to fair IRP policies, an outside impartial arbitrator will review and implement IRP policies.

A joint lobbying agreement to address deferred maintenance and understaffing of skilled trades.

  • CSU acknowledges a significant problem with deferred maintenance and understaffing, threatening safety of the campus community.
  • CSU and Teamsters agree to coordinate and cooperate in legislative efforts to secure state funding to address deferred maintenance and understaffing at CSU.

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­Make sure to get out and vote on our tentative agreement.
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