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April 1, 1994 | MARTIN MILLER
Classified employees in the Orange Unified School District are threatening to strike following a school board vote approving a new contract. The contract cuts health benefits, imposes furloughs and empowers the district to unilaterally force layoffs and hour reductions without negotiating with the union. Union employees vow they will continue picketing district headquarters until April 7, when the membership is expected to reject the contract.
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March 27, 2000 | Marissa Espino, (714) 966-5879
The Tustin Unified school board will meet at 7 tonight at 300 South C St. The board will vote on employee contracts for teachers, administrators and classified employees, which include secretaries, custodians and maintenance workers. A tentative agreement has been reached with all of the employees, which includes a 3% salary increase retroactive to July 1, 1999.
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December 15, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (714) 966-7440
Contract negotiations stalled again Tuesday between the Santa Ana Unified School District and its 3,000 teachers and 1,900 classified employees. The employees have been working without contracts since July and had hoped to reach a tentative agreement before the winter break, which begins Friday. That will not happen now. Representatives for the Santa Ana Educators Assn. say they hoped to be rewarded for their part in the successful passage of the $145-million facilities bond last month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 15, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (714) 966-7440
Contract negotiations stalled again Tuesday between the Santa Ana Unified School District and its 3,000 teachers and 1,900 classified employees. The employees have been working without contracts since July and had hoped to reach a tentative agreement before the winter break, which begins Friday. That will not happen now. Representatives for the Santa Ana Educators Assn. say they hoped to be rewarded for their part in the successful passage of the $145-million facilities bond last month.
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January 19, 1999 | Marissa Espino, (714) 965-7172
Fountain Valley School District trustees have approved the district's 1999-2000 initial contract proposal to the California School Employees Assn., which represents employees who do not teach. The proposed issues to be discussed during negotiations are terms and conditions of employment, salaries and early retirement. Negotiations will begin in the spring.
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September 8, 1999 | Kenneth R. Weiss
Twenty unions representing 93,000 employees at California's public universities are just a signature away from getting the biggest windfall in their history. The California Legislature has approved a controversial bill that would force all employees covered by union contracts to become dues-paying members or pay a "fair share" fee--about 85% of regular dues.
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April 4, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The personnel director of Orange Unified School District is contesting the district trustees' decision not to renew his contract, alleging the decision was made illegally. N. Jack Elsner, one year from retirement after 28 years with the district, was notified March 14 that his contract would be terminated June 30, according to a letter to the school district from Elsner's lawyer, George W. Shaeffer Jr.
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September 16, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT, BILL BILLITER AND JOHN POPE
The Orange Unified School District's non-teaching staff, which went on strike last year over pay issues, has reached agreement on a three-year contract in an atmosphere of cordiality. "To think that a little over a year ago we went through a strike and now we are on the verge of signing a three-year agreement is a real improvement," Trustee Martin Jacobson said just before the board's 7-0 vote this week to ratify the pact. The 1,160 employees represented by the California School Employees Assn.
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April 8, 1994 | MARTIN MILLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Union members, including school bus drivers, food service and clerical workers, voted Thursday night to authorize a strike in hopes of pressuring school district officials to renegotiate a contract the union president called "ludicrous." The 338-50 vote gives union officials the power to stage a sickout or a strike if a final meeting with officials of the Orange Unified School District fails. The meeting has yet to be scheduled.
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May 14, 1994 | MARTIN MILLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After meeting with school officials for the first time since the walkout by more than 400 non-teaching employees, union leaders Friday declared an end to the 10-day strike. The announcement comes as welcome news to parents, teachers and administrators in the district of 26,000 students, which was severely strained by the walkout. The strike virtually shut down the Orange Unified School District's bus and child-care services, and even prompted hundreds of students to leave campus in protest.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 8, 1999 | Kenneth R. Weiss
Twenty unions representing 93,000 employees at California's public universities are just a signature away from getting the biggest windfall in their history. The California Legislature has approved a controversial bill that would force all employees covered by union contracts to become dues-paying members or pay a "fair share" fee--about 85% of regular dues.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1999 | Marissa Espino, (714) 965-7172
Fountain Valley School District trustees have approved the district's 1999-2000 initial contract proposal to the California School Employees Assn., which represents employees who do not teach. The proposed issues to be discussed during negotiations are terms and conditions of employment, salaries and early retirement. Negotiations will begin in the spring.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 1995 | JEFF KASS
Teachers, maintenance workers and other school district employees will receive 5% pay raises under an agreement approved by the school board Tuesday. Unions representing Santa Ana Unified School District teachers and other workers must still vote on the one-year agreements later this month. Approval is expected. About 2,000 kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers will be affected by the new agreement. Their salaries now average $40,000 a year.
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October 26, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
A contract between the Anaheim City School District and its 780 non-teaching employees has won unanimous approval by the district's trustees. The pact for the 1995-96 school year gives the employees a 2.5% pay raise and increased dental benefits. Management employees received the same pay increase and a dental insurance package. "I thought it was a very fair agreement--equitable with supervision," said John Dawson, president of the California School Employees Assn., Chapter 54.
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September 16, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT, BILL BILLITER AND JOHN POPE
The Orange Unified School District's non-teaching staff, which went on strike last year over pay issues, has reached agreement on a three-year contract in an atmosphere of cordiality. "To think that a little over a year ago we went through a strike and now we are on the verge of signing a three-year agreement is a real improvement," Trustee Martin Jacobson said just before the board's 7-0 vote this week to ratify the pact. The 1,160 employees represented by the California School Employees Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The personnel director of Orange Unified School District is contesting the district trustees' decision not to renew his contract, alleging the decision was made illegally. N. Jack Elsner, one year from retirement after 28 years with the district, was notified March 14 that his contract would be terminated June 30, according to a letter to the school district from Elsner's lawyer, George W. Shaeffer Jr.
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June 19, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
About 1,200 teachers and other employees in the cash-strapped Huntington Beach Union High School District have settled on a contract that includes no pay increase for the second straight year. District Supt. David Hagen announced at Tuesday's board meeting that he will keep pace with district workers by voluntarily giving up a raise that had been guaranteed in the second year of his $98,000-a-year contract.
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November 4, 1994 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Non-teaching employees in the Orange Unified School District are now working under their first contract since the 1992-93 school year. Union members ratified the contract last week and the Board of Education gave its approval Tuesday night. The 138-96 vote by the employees accepted a contract that included no raises, small, onetime cash bonuses and an October, 1995, expiration date, said Becky Mayers, president of Chapter 67 of the California School Employees Assn.
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September 27, 1994 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Orange Unified School District board members had planned to sign a long-overdue contract with the California School Employees Assn. last week but instead went back to the bargaining table. Both union and district negotiating teams had accepted a tentative contract, but it was voted down by the rank-and-file, 70 to 66. The last stumbling block is a clause added by the district that would give retirees a supplemental plan for Medicare, said Becky Mayers, president of the local CSEA.
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