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May 24 - More than 100 members from CSUEU, Teamsters, APC, and UAW Student Workers walked the halls of the state Capitol Tuesday (May 23) meeting with legislators and their aides to deliver more than 8,000 #FundOurFuture signed postcards. We delivered our message: Fund the salary study's recommendations to help the CSU reform its broken salary structure. View images from the day's actions below.
Media Coverage: The study's findings are reported by EdSource, "CSU Lags Institutions Nationwide in Staff Pay, Study Finds."
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July 14, 2021 | Marking a significant step forward, CSUEU’s decades-long efforts to fix CSU’s broken salary system now have legislative and executive branch backing – and funding – that may finally bring salary equity to the nation’s largest public university system.
Gov. Gavin Newsom this week signed SB129, a budget bill that allocates $2 million to the CSU state budget to hire an independent research firm to evaluate the current support staff salary structure at the CSU.
As CSUEU eNews reported last month, the comprehensive study will look at issues relating to salary inversion and provide recommended actions including but not limited to a salary steps model. The study’s findings will be reported to the Legislature by April 30, 2022, prior to the state adopting its 2022-23 state budget.
The legislative intent is that CSU would incorporate the on-going costs recommended by the study into its 2022 state budget request.
With cooperation from the CSU, our Union worked closely with our affiliate SEIU State Council and the Teamsters (plus support from UAPD and APC) to secure the study and its funding.
“For far too long, we have called attention to the egregious compensation system that penalizes CSU Support Staff for their years of service and commitment to the University," said CSUEU President Catherine Hutchinson. "We are gratified to see our legislative leaders allocate funding for an unprecedented review of the CSU salary structure – which University leaders have publicly acknowledged to be broken.”
In December, 5,000 Support Staff participated in focus groups, conducted by Mercer, which is charged with producing a comprehensive report in April 2022.
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