CFA settlement negotiations continue

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CFA settlement negotiations continue

The CFA enters the final stage of negotiation in its fight for a salary increase. Photo credit: Michael Catelli

The CFA enters the final stage of negotiation in its fight for a salary increase. Photo credit: Michael Catelli

The CFA enters the final stage of negotiation in its fight for a salary increase. Photo credit: Michael Catelli

The CFA enters the final stage of negotiation in its fight for a salary increase. Photo credit: Michael Catelli


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The CFA enters the final stage of negotiation in its fight for a salary increase. Photo credit: Michael Catelli

The California Faculty Association is in its final stage in the fight for a five percent salary increase. The fact-finding stage of the collective bargaining process is the last chance for CFA and CSU management to come to an agreement.

“We remain hopeful that CSU Chancellor Timothy White will see the many advantages to reaching a fair settlement before this process is over,” said Kevin Wehr, CFA Bargaining Team chair and Sacramento State professor.

The fact-finding process is a 10-day period in which both sides produce a report that structures how a settlement could be met. If demands of the CFA are not met, all 23 CSU campuses could face the possibility of a faculty strike.

“Realistically, a strike is probably not going to happen before late January,” said Charlie Turner, CFA President of the Chico chapter. “It could happen at any point and could be of any duration.”

According to the CFA website, it is likely the statutory negations process will continue on into January 2016.

Michael Catelli can be reached at [email protected] or @michaelcatelli on Twitter.

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