CSU Reaches Agreement with CFA on 2013-14 Salary Negotiations
August 26, 2013
The California State University and the California Faculty Association have reached agreement over 2013-14 salary re-opener negotiations. CSU has agreed to provide a 1.34 percent compensation pool that will be distributed evenly per Full Time Equivalent Faculty (FTEF), as a uniform increase to base salary for all eligible salaried faculty unit employees. Salary increases will be retroactive to July 1, 2013.
“We are pleased that the negotiations with CFA moved quickly and for the first time in many years we are able to provide salary increases for our valued employees. This modest increase is consistent with the proposals reviewed by CSU Trustees this past March,” said Gail Brooks, CSU’s Vice Chancellor of Human Resources. “We look forward to the next round of negotiations with CFA later this year and continuing our discussion of all aspects of compensation including salary and benefits.”
To view the memorandum of understanding between CSU and CFA please click here.
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