Oct 12

Negotiations Update #7: We call on the University to bargain in good faith

AFSCME Locals 3800 and 3801 clerical negotiating committee returned to bargaining with the University on October 3, 2017. Read more to get the update.

Sep 15
AFSCME was joined by Teamsters, students and others in support of raises and respect for frontline workers.
AFSCME was joined by Teamsters, students and others in support of raises and respect for frontline workers.

Workers call on the U to invest in people instead of buildings

The University of Minnesota wants to limit clerical workers to a 1.5 percent raise this year and 0 percent next year, at the very same time it’s publicly launching a $4 billion capital campaign.

Sep 14

Negotiations Update #6: No movement from the U

The clerical committee of U of M AFSCME Locals 3800 & 3801 returned to mediation with the University of Minnesota administration on September 6, 2017 at the Bureau of Mediation Services.

Jul 28

Negotiations Update #5: We're worth more!

U of M AFSCME Locals 3260, 3800, 3801, and 3937 returned to negotiations with the University of Minnesota Administration on July 17 and 18, facilitated by the Bureau of Mediation Services.

Jun 26

The University administration’s disrespectful wage proposal: we’re worth more!

On Monday June 26,  the U of M AFSCME bargaining committee continued another round of negotiations with the University of Minnesota.  Watch this video to get an update. Learn what the University offered the front line staff.

Jun 16

Contract Negotiations Update # 3

U of M AFSCME Locals 326-, 3800, 3801, and 3937 had their third round of negotiations. Mary Austin, president of the technical unit, gives a report from their day of bargaining.

Jun 13
Local 3937 president Mary Austin asks the University of Minnesota to pay frontline workers fair wages.
Local 3937 president Mary Austin asks the University of Minnesota to pay frontline workers fair wages.

AFSCME calls on U of M to pass fair budget

Workers and students at the University of Minnesota are calling on the Board of Regents to pass a budget that’s fair and more transparent.

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