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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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Medical care workers continue to receive large amounts of overtime pay according to UC payroll data, a figure that workers have pointed to as an indicator that staffing levels at medical centers are below what is necessary to provide adequate patient care.
Medical care workers continue to receive large amounts of overtime pay according to UC payroll data, a figure that workers have pointed to as an indicator that staffing levels at medical centers are below what is necessary to provide adequate patient care.
The University of California implemented its last offer on wages and benefits for more than 12,000 patient care employees Wednesday.
The University of California implemented its last offer on wages and benefits for more than 12,000 patient care employees Wednesday.
The morning session of the UC Regents meeting on Thursday featured discussions on online education and the establishment of a World Food Center at UC Davis.
The morning session of the UC Regents meeting on Thursday featured discussions on online education and the establishment of a World Food Center at UC Davis.
The University of California and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 remain deadlocked in contract negotiations following a meeting Thursday.
The University of California and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299 remain deadlocked in contract negotiations following a meeting Thursday.
The UC Board of Regents will discuss a proposal for professional degree tuition at its meeting next week, which holds tuition constant for many programs but increases fees for nursing and new degree programs.
The UC Board of Regents will discuss a proposal for professional degree tuition at its meeting next week, which holds tuition constant for many programs but increases fees for nursing and new degree programs.
UC President Mark Yudof approved the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s proposal to change its full-time MBA program to self-supporting status last week.
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UC President Mark Yudof approved the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s proposal to change its full-time MBA program to self-supporting status last week.
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The Peralta Community College District is suing JPMorgan Chase & Co. because it believes the multinational banking corporation is exercising an option that potentially denies money to the taxpayers who support higher education institutions.
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The Peralta Community College District is suing JPMorgan Chase & Co. because it believes the multinational banking corporation is exercising an option that potentially denies money to the taxpayers who support higher education institutions.
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The cafe, located at the Unit 3 residence hall between Channing Way and Durant Avenue, will begin its new hours of operation and provide brunch and dinner starting Aug. 20.
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The cafe, located at the Unit 3 residence hall between Channing Way and Durant Avenue, will begin its new hours of operation and provide brunch and dinner starting Aug. 20.
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