Thursday, October 4, 2018

Something’s wrong with a public university system that rewards University Librarians and other library administrators with cumulative average pay increases of 32 percent over the last five years, while the last contract for rank-and-file librarians only guaranteed 8 percent.

From--UC-AFT, the union representing librarians (Unit 17) and non-Senate faculty (Unit 18) working throughout the UC system.  Our members hold academic appointments as lecturers, program coordinators, supervisors of teacher education, and librarians.


Something’s wrong with a public university system that rewards University Librarians and other library administrators with cumulative average pay increases of 32 percent over the last five years, while the last contract for rank-and-file librarians only guaranteed 8 percent.

https://ucaftlibrarians.org/2018/10/03/a-tale-of-two-salary-proposals/

 For more information, visit our UC-AFT website.

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