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CSUEU: Chapter 312, Northridge

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Upcoming Events

  • 04/08 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 04/22 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 05/12 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 05/26 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 06/10 -- Stewards Council -- OV36
  • 06/24 -- E-Board Meeting -- OV36
  • 03/18 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 06/17 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 09/08 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center
  • 12/08 -- Chapter Meeting -- USU Northridge Center


Other Items of Interest

Updated 01/07/2015

{ Executive Board Update }

2015 Budget

In-Range Progression (IRP)

CSUEU and CSU Reach New Collective Bargaining Agreement


CSUEU Board Resolution: Abusive Conduct in the CSU Workplace

In a meeting on April 9, the CSUEU Board of Directors voted unanimously in favor of a resolution urging the CSU system to create policies for the prevention of abusive conduct in the workplace while also underscoring the union's resolve to help develop a positive work environment.

The measure was taken in response to reports of abusive conduct in the workplace that have come to the attention of all our chapter presidents with alarming frequency and urgency.

To its credit, in recent weeks the CSU administration has appeared to move in the right direction on the question of abusive conduct in the workplace.

In fact, a meeting of CSUEU bargaining unit council leaders and CSU administrators has been scheduled at the Office Chancellor of the in Long Beach for Monday, May 18, regarding Assembly Bill (AB) 2053. The bill, which Gov. Brown signed into law last fall, requires that employers such as the CSU with 50 or more employees add training and education about the prevention of abusive conduct to their existing sexual harassment training for supervisors.

CSUEU hopes to learn more about how the CSU will be implementing this required change throughout the system.

In a broader sense, CSUEU lends its support to any and all efforts on CSU's part to create system wide and statewide policies to bring abusive conduct in the workplace to an end.

The adoption of the resolution dovetails with anti-bullying efforts that are gathering steam around the world. For instance, on May 4, countries far and wide will observe Anti-Bullying Day, recognized by over 25 nations worldwide, including the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. On this day, participants wear pink shirts to symbolize a stand against bullying.

The original event was organized in 2007 by David Shepherd and Travis Price, who were high school seniors in Nova Scotia at the time. They bought and distributed 50 pink shirts after a male ninth grade student was bullied for wearing a pink Polo shirt on the first day of school. In 2012, The United Nations took a stand and declared May 4 as Anti-Bullying Day.

Read the CSUEU resolution against abusive conduct in the workplace.

View a gallery of 60 photos of the event (click on each thumbnail to the see the entire photo). Learn more about the "Take a Stand!" campaign.

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Last Updated: 04/16/2015
By: Hai-ling Tang

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