How will teachers be protected and defended, if not for their UNION?
How will teachers best be able to serve our students, if not for our UNION?
How will the economic and political environment throughout the State and the Nation come to support and serve teachers, if not for their UNION?
For Students. For teachers. UNION.
Adjunct Faculty United Local 6106 California Federation of Teachers AFL/CIO
You're Helping Students Build Their Futures, Don't Forget About Yours We get it. Planning for retirement is probably not at the top of your to-do list right now. That’s why we created the My Retirement Benefits Workshop—to give you the information and tools you need...read more
District still refuses to consider re-employment rights and continues to ignore new state law. Your union’s negotiating team first met with the administration on February 3, 2017, to begin negotiations on a successor agreement to our contract. At first, negotiations...read more
Yes, this is still going on (and on and on). Mediation failed and now the union and the administration go to “fact finding,” which means a neutral fact finder is appointed to review the proposals of both sides and determine the “facts.” If the fact finder cannot push...read more
New law leads to union negotiating rules for employee orientation To make it easier for the union to reach new hires, the governor this summer signed AB 119, which requires California’s public employers to provide unions mandatory access to new employees at...read more
Governor signs CFT-sponsored bills calling for districts to negotiate with unions Community college districts will be compelled to negotiate what CFT-sponsored legislation calls “reemployment preference for part-time, temporary faculty.” The landmark provisions...read more
Negotiations Update :Update on administration’s attempt to destroy the “preferred consideration” system for assignment of classes by seniority:
Update on administration’s attempt to destroy the “preferred consideration” system for assignment of classes by seniority: On December 8, 2017, AdFac and the district were to appear before an arbitrator to decide what Article 6 of our contract means. The union...read more
Your AdFac Bargaining Team met with the district, under the auspices of a state- appointed mediator, on December 15. The session lasted from 9:30 in the morning until 6:30 in the evening! Kent Stevenson, Manjit Grewall, and Denny Konshak were there the entire time,...read more
On December 11, 2017, PERB filed a complaint against the district, claiming it had “failed and refused to meet and negotiate in good faith with” AdFac, largely based on the administration’s regressive bargaining – that is, when one side makes an offer, they can not...read more