Ucla Collective Bargaining Agreements

Below are details of current negotiations and existing employment contracts with each bargaining unit. Select your bargaining unit below for more information. In a statement in response to the November strike, UC noted that it had “reached agreements with seven other unions during lengthy negotiations with the AFSCME,” suggesting that the impasse could be less a matter of outsourcing than of wages. 1. On each campus, the University will compensate, including eligible GSHIP fees and orders, for an RTD appointment (40 hours/week) (GSHIP fees and orders are not paid for more than 2 TSA per mandate), as a member of the UAW Negotiating Committee, to participate in system-wide negotiations for two (2) terms during which negotiations take place. In the event that hearings are ongoing during the summer sessions, one (1) duration for the purposes of compensation shall be two successive 6-week summer sessions or equivalent meetings. Members of the UAW Bargaining Committee are granted an exemption period paid for the remainder of the negotiations, no later than the expiration date of the contract, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. It is permissible for the university to prevail in the summer an allowance (up to 100%) instead of a semester or academic term to meet the requirements of this section. 2. Those who receive compensation in accordance with Section 1 must be students or ASE on campus for the duration of the negotiation.

3. Bargaining Committee members are compensated in such a way that they do not incur any loss or gain from their current or final ASE appointment on campus or the highest rate of appointment to an ASE position in the ASE career on campus. In cases where an ASE would normally progress on the basis of campus procedures, the highest rate would be paid. 4. The UAW shall notify the UAW University of the members of the UAW Bargaining Committee who will be assigned and compensated in accordance with this section, thirty (30) calendar days before the period within which they will be assigned and compensated for system-wide negotiations, or as soon as possible. 5. The notice includes, but is not limited to: nomination titles; Summer session / Contact with the recruitment unit; academic department/program, if known; date of entry into force; salary/salary; hourly (or hourly) percentage; any required reaction; a statement that the position is covered by a collective agreement between the parties; the address of the contractual website; and a statement clarifying that the name and address of the department of all ASDs will be communicated to the UAW. 2. The communication of the recruitment department of the summer session also includes, if known: academic department/program, faculty member or instructor to whom the person will report, the place where the work is performed, the course assigned, general professional responsibilities and other information deemed appropriate by the university. .

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