Estas quejas surgen mientras el sindicato de empleados de la universidad continúa con sus esfuerzos de establecer una negociación colectiva con el Sistema Universitario de Maryland.
These complaints come as the employees’ union at the university continues collective bargaining efforts with the University System of Maryland.
In College Park, across June, July and August, there were 14 days where the maximum temperature was 90 degrees or above.
During Wednesday’s rally, employees pushed for fair wages, telework opportunities and fair treatment for housekeepers and immigrant workers.
The unification began in April after the AFSCME International Union and executive boards of Council 3 and Council 67 voted in its favor.
After successfully fighting to make the minimum wage for employees at this university $15 per hour, USAS has moved its focus to advocating for an increase to $22.65 per hour.
Telework fairness legislation currently proposed in the MGA would require state and education employers to offer a hybrid telework option to employees.
The organization plans to negotiate new contracts in the new Maryland General Assembly legislative session next year.