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UC believes in fair wages and secure employment

We use third-party market salary information to identify pay ranges for various positions in each market. UC’s compensation philosophy is to be in the mid-point range, so we can be competitive while attracting talent who want to be part of university’s educational, research and public service missions and enjoy the security of UC employment.

AFSCME wages are already 8–17% higher than average wages for comparable positions in California

AFSCME leadership insists on an additional 24% increase over four years. These demands are not fair to UC’s other represented and non-represented employees.

Chart shows AFSCME rejected a good deal for the Service Unit

UC made a generous and responsible offer — an 8–12% increase

UC offered an 8–12% increase over the term of the contract, plus benefits that few comparable positons offer. As a public university, AFSCME members — like all UC employees — receive an excellent total compensation package, including:

Grid displaying UC health and welfare benefits.


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