BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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On May 16, AFSCME Local 3299 went on a systemwide strike to protest the outsourcing of UC jobs to Kindred and Aya Healthcare. 
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On May 16, AFSCME Local 3299 went on a systemwide strike to protest the outsourcing of UC jobs to Kindred and Aya Healthcare. 
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Unions representing more than 35,000 workers are going on a systemwide strike May 16 to protest alleged violations of worker rights by the UC.
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Unions representing more than 35,000 workers are going on a systemwide strike May 16 to protest alleged violations of worker rights by the UC.
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The UC system's largest employee union — American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299 — filed three separate Unfair Labor Practice charges in late April alleging that the UC is taking part in negotiations to replace its employees with low-wage workers contracted by outsourcing companies.
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The UC system's largest employee union — American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299 — filed three separate Unfair Labor Practice charges in late April alleging that the UC is taking part in negotiations to replace its employees with low-wage workers contracted by outsourcing companies.
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Members of the UC American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299 labor union gathered at the entrance of Sproul Plaza on Wednesday to strike in response to contract negotiations and UC’s alleged interference with workers’ rights.
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Members of the UC American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME, Local 3299 labor union gathered at the entrance of Sproul Plaza on Wednesday to strike in response to contract negotiations and UC’s alleged interference with workers’ rights.
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UC system workers will hold a strike April 10 after filing an unfair labor practice charge alleging that the UC system has taken unfair action against workers who have been involved in protesting and striking in the past.
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UC system workers will hold a strike April 10 after filing an unfair labor practice charge alleging that the UC system has taken unfair action against workers who have been involved in protesting and striking in the past.
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The altered banners displayed messages including, “Campus buildings are named after colonizer D.P. Barrows and slaveholder J. LeConte” and “UC Berkeley has only returned 313 of 10,000 Native American remains held by the campus.”
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The altered banners displayed messages including, “Campus buildings are named after colonizer D.P. Barrows and slaveholder J. LeConte” and “UC Berkeley has only returned 313 of 10,000 Native American remains held by the campus.”
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After more than 16 months of preparation and six months at the bargaining table, UC librarians are still in bargaining negotiations with the UC system. In a press release from Oct. 9, a union representing the librarians rejected the UC’s request to extend their current contract, which expired Oct. 1.
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After more than 16 months of preparation and six months at the bargaining table, UC librarians are still in bargaining negotiations with the UC system. In a press release from Oct. 9, a union representing the librarians rejected the UC’s request to extend their current contract, which expired Oct. 1.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME Local 3299 — the UC system’s largest employee union — passed a vote to strike with 96 percent support this week.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, or AFSCME Local 3299 — the UC system’s largest employee union — passed a vote to strike with 96 percent support this week.
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According to John de los Angeles, AFSCME Local 3299 spokesperson, the university has been taking “directly employed jobs” from service and patient care workers by outsourcing them to independent contractors.
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According to John de los Angeles, AFSCME Local 3299 spokesperson, the university has been taking “directly employed jobs” from service and patient care workers by outsourcing them to independent contractors.
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In addition to the rise, employees of most businesses will now also receive more paid sick leave, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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In addition to the rise, employees of most businesses will now also receive more paid sick leave, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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