Administrative and clerical workers at the University of California (UC) went on strike on Tuesday, January 10 at all 10 campuses and medical centers of the university system. Teamsters Local 2010, which represents the 12,000 workers, has been in contract negotiations with the university since August, 2016, and they have been fighting for fair wage increases.
Today, thousands of University of California (UC) administrative, clerical and support workers are on strike across the Golden State, taking a stand against a UC system that has turned its back on them by not paying them a wage that allows them to support themselves and their families.
Radio host Leslie Marshall talks with Teamsters Local 2010 Secretary-Treasurer Jason Rabinowitz about a statewide strike this week by Local 2010 members at the University of California. The Teamsters are joining in solidarity, calling for good faith bargaining, good wages and protesting numerous unfair labor practices at the university.
Over 600 UCLA skilled trades workers began a five-day strike today in protest of the University’s numerous violations of state labor law and unfair labor practices.
(SEATTLE) — Early this morning, the approximately 250 drivers, mechanics and owner-operators who work for Selland Auto Transport went on strike over Selland's multiple violations of federal law meant to protect workers’ rights. The workers are picketing at 11 locations in Washington, Oregon, Montana, California and Utah with picket signs that say “On Strike/Selland Doesn’t Deliver.”
Workers represented by Local 2010 at the University of California in San Diego went on strike today.
Skilled trades workers walk off the job as part of unfair labor practices action.
Darigold production workers and lab technicians at the company’s Seattle and Issaquah milk processing plants voted overwhelmingly to strike on July 9.