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UC Medical Centers Strike Across California!

Five UC Medical Centers are on strike today and Wednesday after working months without a contract. The main issues are cutting workers hours and pay, run-away pay increases for upper management, and “safe staffing” issues regarding patient care....

May 22, 2013

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UCSF medical centers prepare for strike

AFSCME has been at an impasse on contract negotiations with UC for months. Administrators have pointed to proposed pension reform measures as the central issue, while the union has highlighted rising executive salaries and bonuses that they deem unfair at a time when frontline staff positions have been cut. AFSCME also recently called for new caps on UC executives’ pensions....

May 20, 2013

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UC Medical Systems Must Reform Pensions to Prioritize Patients

Thousands of frontline workers at all five University of California medical centers will strike at the end of this month as a last resort response to the UC medical centers’ refusal to pay a fair wage and provide livable benefits....

May 16, 2013

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Hospital union targets UC executive pensions [VIDEO]

An ongoing labor rift is intensifying between frontline University of California hospital employees and the UC medical center system. UC administrators have minimized employees’ stated concerns about eroding patient care due to staffing rollbacks, saying the real issue at the heart of the dispute is AFSCME’s “refusal to agree to UC's pension reforms.”...

May 7, 2013

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