Another labor uprising is brewing in California higher education – this time within the nation’s largest public university system.
Close to 60,000 workers across the California State University’s 23 campuses are banding together to demand higher wages, better benefits and improved working conditions. Without scheduled step raises, wages have stagnated over the last 15 years. High turnover and under-staffing has led to increased workloads and low morale, the unions say.
Read more from The Sacramento Bee.