California State University Statement on Collective Bargaining Negotiations with CFA
(April 17, 2012) – "The California State University and the California Faculty Association have agreed to return to bargaining on a successor contract in early May. At this point in the negotiations there are a limited number of issues that remain in dispute. Both parties have expressed a desire to reach a negotiated settlement and CSU, for its part, remains committed to that goal."
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