Teamsters say Cal State is not bargaining in good faith
California State University employees that are members of Teamsters Local 2010 filed a second charge of unfair labor practices with the state’s Public Employment Relations Board on Tuesday alleging that the 23-campus system is failing to “bargain in good faith” by refusing to negotiate wages for any year except the current year.
The first charge against Cal State was filed in March. The Teamsters and other unionized CSU workers will see their contracts expire on June 30. More than 60,000 workers are demanding higher wages and better working conditions.
Cal State workers, during rallies this week, threatened to strike if negotiations continue to go poorly.