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Press Release Bargaining Updates

CSU Trustees Ratify Tentative Agreements with Labor Unions



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The California State University Board of Trustees today voted to ratify tentative agreements on successor agreements with the Academic Professionals of California (APC), the California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), the Statewide University Police Association (SUPA) and Teamsters Local 2010.

Additionally, the Board ratified salary reopeners for fiscal year 2021-22 with APC and Teamsters Local 2010 and for fiscal year 2022-23 with the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE).

The Board voted unanimously to ratify all tentative agreements.

“I am appreciative of the hard work put forth by the leadership of the respective unions as well as the collective bargaining team at the Chancellor's Office to reach these agreements," said CSU Interim Chancellor Jolene Koester. “The increases in these agreements are a significant step forward to providing appropriate compensation for our valued employees who have dealt with many challenges over the past several years."

The tentative agreements reached with the various unions can be viewed on the Labor and Employee Relations website.

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