Negotiations

Jul 02

Negotiations Update #1: June 24 & 25, 2019

Our U of M AFSCME Bargaining Committee, representing clerical, technical, and healthcare workers throughout the University system began formal contract negotiations with the U of M administration last week. 

Dec 13

Tentative Agreement Reached

This morning, Wednesday, December 13, our AFSCME Clerical bargaining committee finalized a Tentative Agreement with the U of M for a 2017-2019 contract and we are unanimously recommending approval of this agreement by our membership. We have also canceled our action at this Friday's Board of Regents' meeting and have stopped circulating our petition.

Nov 07

Negotiations Update #8

Our AFSCME Local 3800 and 3801 clerical negotiating committee returned to bargaining with the University on October 24, 2017.  

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.

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.

May 19

Contract Negotiations Officially Begin

Negotiations for the 2017-2019 contract between U of M AFSCME locals 3260, 3800, 3801, and 3937 and the University of Minnesota formally opened on May 17, 2017. 

Jan 11

Ballots on Tentative Agreement Have Been Mailed

 
On Thursday, December 10, 2015 our AFSCME Clerical Bargaining Table Committee reached a tentative agreement with the University for the July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2017 contract. Our committee recommends that you vote in favor of this agreement.
Oct 05

Negotiation Update #7 - U still has not moved on our priority issues

On Tuesday, September 29, our bargaining team met with management for the seventh round of negotiations. Our members joined the negotiations session to give their personal testimonies in support of our top four negotiation priorities: 1} dignified wages; 2} parental leave equity; 3} restoration of the Regent’s Scholarship; and 4} addressing workplace bullying. We left the bargaining table with one small agreement but did not move further on other negotiations and are now moving to mediation.

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