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Sign petition to the Governor to increase your raises and other news from the FSU

10/30/17

Dear Colleague,

Please help us get a better salary increase by signing the petition to the Governor below.   A fuller update for bargaining will come soon. 

Bargaining update:  We have received a very low verbal offer for salary increases for the next 3 years: 1% in January 2018, 2% in January 2019, and 2% in January 2020, with an extra 1% in August 2018 if the state meets revenue targets of $27 billion. 

FSU meeting this Thursday Oct 12 at 11 am

10/10/2017

Dear Colleague,

Welcome and update from the FSU

9/11/17

Dear Colleague,

Welcome back to campus for those of you who are returning.  For those of you who are new, welcome to UMass Boston.  As you can see, we have been busy: 

►Budget Cuts and Course cancellations: 

CAPS online course compensation

As many of you know, the Administration changed the compensation formula for online courses.  The FSU notified the Administration that they could not change the compensation for CAPS courses during bargaining.  The Administration, although willing to bargain over additional compensation, is still insisting on immediate changes for the Spring semester.

Letter to the Boston Globe from UMB Union Presidents: Real Reasons for the UMB Budget Crisis

Presidents of four of unions at UMB, including FSU President Marlene Kim, signed a letter in response to UMB claims that unionized employee raises were driving the UMB budget crisis. That letter was published in the Boston Globe (see letter here). 

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