AFT 1493 calls for re-opening of negotiations on 2021-22 raise for district faculty
In light of the very minimal 2021-22 raise that district faculty are currently receiving, AFT 1493 has called on the Board and the District to re-open negotiations on this year’s salary increase. While the salary formula in the current contract provides for a very inadequate 0.52% raise for this year, the district’s budget could clearly provide a more reasonable raise. Click here to watch AFT 1493 Co-Vice President and Chief Negotiator Joaquin Rivera as he spoke during public comments at the October 13th Board of Trustees meeting, asking the Board members to support the re-opening of negotiations on this year’s faculty salary increase.
CSEA and AFSCME also called for the district to reopen negotiations on the 2021-22 salary increase
The presidents of both of the district’s other two unions–Annette Perot of CSEA (classified employees) and Joseph Puckett of AFSCME (buildings and grounds employees) — also spoke in support of the re-opening of negotiations for their respective unions’ 2021-22 salary increases.
- Click here to watch CSEA Chapter 33 President Annette Perot as she calls on Board to support reopening of negotiations on 2021-22 raise for district classified employees.
- Click here to watch AFSCME Chapter President Joseph Puckett as he calls on Board to support reopening of negotiations on 2021-22 raise for district buildings and grounds employees.