The organization tends to pass a resolution calling for graduate worker collective bargaining every year, although not always unanimously.
The group, formerly known as Fearless Student Employees, is continuing a yearslong effort that would allow them to negotiate wages, hours and other conditions.
Estrellas’ suspension cut deep for many members of this university’s Filipino community given the community’s history in the nursing profession.
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.
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The legislation would have allowed graduate student workers to unionize legally.
OUR VIEW: Collective bargaining rights would let them improve a flawed system.
The bill is set to be proposed in the state legislature in January.
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