If APC rejects the Tentative Agreement, what happens next?
The APC Bargaining Team is pleased to announce that we have reached a tentative agreement with CSU that secures a salary increase for the current fiscal year while not locking us into an arbitrary and unfair salary step program.
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Please read tentative agreement in its entirety to find out the details of our compensation for years 2023-2026. The APC membership will be asked to ratify the agreement or reject it.
The experiences of APC members, while unique, resonate with the collective narratives of unions nationwide, underscoring that while our battles may be individual, they are part of a larger, interconnected narrative of advocacy, resistance, and triumph.
On September 12, 2023, APC was present at Chancellor’s Office – Board of Trustees in Long Beach fighting for APC. We were just one of many CSU Unions represented to make our voices heard. It was exciting to see APC Officers, Stewards and members standing side by side with our fellow CSU Unions, including, CSUEU, Teamsters, CFA, and UAW, to demand that the CSU bargain in good faith by bringing a salary step program that works. The CSU Unions also came together to show the Board of Trustees that we do not support increasing student tuition. It is time for the CSU to invest in their employees!
APC wants all Unit 4 members to have all the facts on CSU Employees Protected Legal Right to Strike. Check out the answers to these Frequently Asked Questions.
APC rallies for salary steps at the BOT meeting and on local campuses.
While the effects of COVID 19 will stay with us for a long time, APC is looking ahead to advocating for our Unit and the communities we serve. Now, more than ever, it seems as if our motto “Student Success Depends on Us” is all the more attuned to the realities played out daily in offices staffed by Unit 4 employees. Indeed, our success translates into student success.
Please join us, the CSU faculty and staff, in demanding that the CSU show us dignity on-the-job through fair pay and economic justice, manageable workloads, and respectful treatment by management and administration!