CSU announces tentative deals with two employee unions
The California State University system has reached tentative agreements with two labor unions for contracts that could be made final next month, university officials announced Thursday.
The deals are with the California State University Employees Union and the Statewide University Police Association, according to the statement. Terms of each deal were not immediately released.
The Employees Union represents roughly 16,000 support staff covering academics and operations of the CSU, including information technology, health care, clerical, administrative and academic support, campus operations, grounds and custodial services.
The police union represents the police officers, corporals and sergeants of the CSU police system.
University trustees are expected to vote on the contracts in July.