At the April 9 bargaining session, the Board of Trustees’ (BOT) bargaining team offered a counter-proposal to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) our bargaining team proposed last week. The teams are not yet in full agreement, but they are making progress. Most significantly, t ... Continue Reading →
For the past nine months your UFF-UF bargaining team has been negotiating with the UF Board of Trustees’ (BOT) bargaining team over the terms of the 2020-2022 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). Our team has proposed a series of improvements to the current CBA. Their tea ... Continue Reading →
Still waiting! In April 2019, our bargaining team proposed a comprehensive overhaul of Article 21 of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement. This article covers family, medical, and parental leaves. Here is what we put on the table: 19.5 weeks of paid family, medical, a ... Continue Reading →
GAINESVILLE, FL. On Tuesday, December 10, UFF-UF and the University of Florida agreed to terms of a settlement in the dispute over prize money awarded to the GatorWings research team by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). As previously posted, a ... Continue Reading →
Join your UFF-UF colleagues as we Take on Tallahassee! Sign up here: tinyurl.com/qt6zhmx Sign up here to ride the ACEA (Alachua County Education Association) bus: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScoCMZFf9LGWKZ3mutmJLoEuth95qoLxQ67K2Y8ci2X3XWdUw/viewform ... Continue Reading →
GatorWings research team. Photo by John Shea Your union is representing two UFF-UF members in an unfair labor practice, and is defending all its members’ right to keep the prizes you earn. As reported in the Gainesville Sun and the Alligator, the University of Florida ... Continue Reading →
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