CSU Reaches Agreement with APC on 2013-14 Salary Negotiations
August 28, 2013
The California State University and the Academic Professionals of California (APC) have reached agreement over 2013-14 salary re-opener negotiations. CSU has agreed to implement a 1.34 percent general salary increase for the members of the APC bargaining unit. Salary increases will be retroactive to July 1, 2013.
“The reinvestment in higher education by our state leaders is finally allowing us to reinvest in our workforce and we are pleased to be able to provide salary increases to the more than 2,000 CSU student service professionals who are represented by APC,” said Gail Brooks, CSU’s Vice Chancellor of Human Resources.
The CSU has now reached agreements on salary increases for 2013-14 with APC and the California Faculty Association.
To view the memorandum of understanding between CSU and APC please click here.
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