CFA Contract Up for Ratification
April 26, 2007 7:39 AM
Cal State faculty members will vote next week on the possible ratification of a new contract which includes a 20.7 percent pay raise, the California Faculty Association announced in a statement Thursday night.
The Executive Board of the CFA released the full text of the union's tenative contract agreement with the CSU administration, which the two sides have been working to finalize since a tenative contract agreement was reached on April 3, following 22 months of negotiations.
"The bargaining team and board of directors believe this is a solid contract and we're happy to recommend it for ratification," said CFA President John Travis, in the statement. "Our newest slogan is absolutely accurate: United We Won!"
CFA members at all 23 Cal State campuses will vote on whether to approve the deal starting Tuesday, May 1, with voting continuing until Thursday, May 3.
If CFA members approve ratification, the contract will then go to the CSU Board of Trustees for final approval, which may occur at their meeting scheduled for May 15-16.
At SF State, voting will take place in the lobby of the Cesar Chavez Student Center Tuesday through Thursday from 10am to 4pm.
The complete contract is avaliable for viewing at http://calfac.org/contract.html
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