Collective Bargaining Agreements
Here is information on agreements between the CSU and various unions.
CSUEU (Units 7 Clerical/Administrative Support and 9 Technical Support)
Most employees at the Chancellor's Office who are represented by a union are
members of CSUEU Bargaining Unit 7 (Clerical/Administrative Support Services) or
CSUEU Bargaining Unit 9 (Technical Support Services), and are covered by the July
1, 2002 - June 30, 2006 Collective Bargaining Agreement between the CSUEU and CSU.
(CSUEU stands for the CSU Employees Union, SEIU Local 2579. The union was formerly known as "CSEA.")
SETC (Unit 6 Skilled Crafts)
Represented employees who work in Building Services at the Golden Shore facility
are members of Unit 6 (Skilled Crafts) and are covered by the July 1, 2005 - June 30,
Bargaining Agreement between SETC-United and CSU. (SETC-United stands for the
State Employees Trades Council-United.)
Collective bargaining with the various CSU unions is conducted by the CSU's systemwide
Labor Relations Department. The Labor Relations Department negotiates statewide
agreements with the various CSU unions, and those agreements govern the wages,
hours and working conditions for union-represented employees at the 23 CSU campuses
and the Chancellor's Office.
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Employees at the Chancellor's Office who are covered by a union contract and who
are not dues-paying members of their union are required by California law to pay
an agency fee each month.
Agency Fee FAQ » (.pdf)
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Employer-Employee Relations Act (HEERA)
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the California State University and the University of California. It guarantees
covered higher education employees the right to form, join and participate in
“employee organizations” (unions) for the purpose of representation and “meeting
and conferring” (collective bargaining).
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