Some CAs had issues with shift policies and hoped for stronger safety resources.
The anonymous survey investigated the experiences of student workers on campus.
Students said they are worried about a trend in College Park development to prioritize expensive student apartment buildings and corporate stores over small, minority-owned businesses.
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.
The labor picnic brought together members of United Students Against Sweatshops, Fearless Student Employees, the American Association of University Professors and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 1072.
The group made about 30 calls.
Members of United Students Against Sweatshops want students to become more aware of employee issues on the campus.