Advocating for Our Rights as Members
The Faculty Staff Union Exists to Promote Better Working Conditions and Protect the Wages and Rights of Our Members
Faculty Staff Union, UMass Boston
UMass Boston- Harbor Point
Speak Out Against Proposed Take-Backs!
FSU, CSU, and PSU members at the Chancellor's Office demanding that UMass pay the raises agreed to in bargaining
The Faculty Staff Union of UMass-Boston
Representing Faculty Members and Librarians at UMass Boston Since 1976.

The Faculty Staff Union of UMass Boston Quinn/2/81A 100 Morrissey Blvd Boston MA 02125 617-287-6295 | fsu@umb.edu 

The Faculty Staff Union of UMass Boston

 

Welcome to the FSU Site. Here you will find important information about our union, including the contract, a list of officers and Executive Committee members, the FSU office telephone number and our address. You will also find information about current issues. Please be sure to check the site regularly for the most recent issues facing our unit. We also have provided links to related sites that you may find useful for union issues and for professional activities.

Marlene Kim, President
fsu@umb.edu

 
 

14-17 Contract is Ratified

Dear Bargaining Unit Member:

Contract Vote Starts Monday!

Dear bargaining unit member,

BARGAINING IS DONE!

Dear FSU Member,
 
If ratified, the contract for 2014-17 will contain: 
 
● Salary increases of 2.1% cost of living per year for 3 years with an additional 1.4% merit pool each year.  Raises are split between July (1.75% across the board) and January (0.35% across the board and 1.4% merit)
● Higher salary floors
● Higher promotional increases
●Increased research funds of $150,000 during AY 2014-15, $175,000 in AY 2015-16 and $200,000 in AY 2016-17 (currently it is $150,000/year).

Fight the Proposed Take Backs!

Send a Message to President Caret:

UMB Union Reps Speak Out Against Proposed Take-Backs at BOT Meeting

On Wednesday, September 17th, a delegation of union members from across the UMass campuses attended the Board of Trustees meeting at UMass Lowell to protest the give-backs at bargaining.  We were asking that the Trustees tell the President and universities to “take back the take-backs.”  For the FSU, this means limiting sick leave accrual to 120 days.  

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