Our clerical bargaining committee would like to thank the more than 1,000 members who signed petitions, sent emails, attended rallies, wore green on Fridays and spoke to their friends, colleagues and patrons of the #FightForOurFuture. Thanks to all your efforts, we have a contract in which members will make real economic progress. 4. Non-sexist contractual language and a meeting and consultation agreement to identify and discuss best practices for a respectful and welcoming workplace for transgender, non-gender-conforming and non-binary workers. Members can vote on our new treaty in the week of January 13. We will vote locally at each of our locations, with a mail-in voting option for members who do not work in any of the locations. Notification of the vote will be sent to members` home addresses. 5. In addition, we organized a meeting and conference on climate change; language clarifying the use of sick leave to arrange childcare; moved a number of Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) at the end of the Treaty to specific articles or annexes; and referred several questions to the employment management committees for further consideration. Come to our general assembly next week to learn more about voting, thank the bargaining committee and take advantage of a union scholarship. We will have a shortened agenda followed by a sharing dinner! The meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 17 at 5:30 p.m.m. in Room 48 of Peik Hall (East Bank), with video links for Greater Minnesota.
A more detailed list of changes will be provided in the noon news for the week of January 6. Details of these sessions will be published shortly. 2. Between 2 and 9 levels are removed from the bottom of each classification and all those who are in the eliminated stages are moved to the new lowest level. This increases the base salary for office occupation classes by 2 to 18% by collective agreement between the University of Minnesota and AFSCME Locals 3800 & 3801 Council 5, AFL-CIO Clerical & Office Unit U-M has collective agreements with several different labor organizations representing selected employees who perform specific roles at the Ann Arbor sites, Dearborn, Flint and Michigan Medicine. These employees perform tasks that are essential to the university`s tasks in teaching, research, and patient care. These include nurses, police officers, graduate instructors, artisans and more. AFSCME President Lee Saunders on Friday urged the Senate to follow in the footsteps of the House of Representatives, and please click on this link or the PDF below to view and download it. The collective bargaining unit`s additional salary and salary increase plans are available in the HRRIS data management calendar in Google Calendar. Note: We do not currently need a connection to view this website Here are the highlights of the 2019-2021 preliminary agreement entered into on December 11; It took almost 6 months of organization and activism from hundreds of members, but there are a lot of gains that are worth expecting! SvenErik Olsen, Co-Chair; Andy Carhart; Rosetta Chears; Cherrene Horrazuk; Mary Lou Garza; Amanda Greenhart; Geraldine Hughes; Meron Negussie; Sandy Modin For more information on the Graduate Employee Organization (GEO) and the Speaker Employee Organization (LEO), visit Academic Human Resources. These are in addition to the regular 2% increases that people receive on their birthday. This means a total of 8.5% (compound) over the 2 years for people in the range and 4.5% (compound) over the two years for people at the top of the range.
. 3. A lump sum of $500 for all employees with 15 years or more of university membership as of May 1, 2020. . .