→ YES on Constitutional Amendment 4, NO on 5 and 7 → Andrew Gillum for Governor/Chris King for Lieutenant Governor → Bill Nelson for U.S. Senate → Sean Shaw for Attorney General → Jeremy Ring for Chie ... Continue Reading →
The UFF-UF bargaining team will meet with the UF Board of Trustees’ team for the first official negotiation session on 2018-19 faculty salary raises. The meeting will take place Thursday, Octobe ... Continue Reading →
UFF-UF joins President Fuchs in urging all eligible faculty, staff, and students to participate in the upcoming election. We also ask you to help your friends, colleagues, and students exercise their ... Continue Reading →
The Nominations Committee will be counting the votes for the election of the new President and Secretary of UFF-UF on August 6, 2018 at 4pm in 308 Yon Hall. Members of UFF-UF are welcome to attend the ... Continue Reading →
A new education law that passed the legislature this month may put your contract and collective bargaining rights in peril. UFF is working with our organizing, legal and policy experts from our state ... Continue Reading →
Monday, March 5th, A Dismal Day in the Florida Legislature!! At the end of the Senate session yesterday, it was evident that President Negron and the Senate had given Speaker Corcoran almost everythin ... Continue Reading →
Speaker Corcoran Attacks Teachers’ Unions Directly Once Again First, Speaker Corcoran’s House of Representatives passed HB 25 on January 25 which would decertify public employee if their members ... Continue Reading →
Florida House Passes Anti-Union HB 25 The Senate passed HB 25 on January 25. The substance of the bill requires public employee unions to decertify if their membership falls below 50% at the time for ... Continue Reading →
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