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State Board Determines CAPS at Impasse with Governor

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On September 26, the Public Employee Relations Board (PERB) determined that after nearly 1,300 days of bargaining, that further negotiations between CAPS and Governor Newsom would be futile without the assistance of an appointed mediator.  Read CAPS’ and CalHR’s filings and PERB’s historic decision here.

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CAPS-UAW Passes Counter Package and the State Responded

Your CAPS-UAW Bargaining Committee met with the State today. We passed a proposal package and the State’s team responded to portions of our proposal package. See table below for a summary of what our package included, and the State’s response.  See all of the proposals we’ve tentatively agreed to and

State Agrees to Section 3.25 as Fight for Pay Equity Continues

Your CAPS-UAW Local 1115 Bargaining Committee met with the State yesterday, June 25, 2024, and was able to secure the following wins at the bargaining table:  3.25 Employee Donated Release Time Bank: Tentatively Agreed To! This section allows for the union and the state to meet to establish an employee donated

CAPS-UAW Passes Counter Package on Economic Items

Last Friday, June 14, 2024, we, your CAPS-UAW Bargaining Committee: Presented a counter proposal package, including sections: 2.1 – Salaries NEW 2.13 – One-Time Retention Payment NEW 2.18 – Geographical Pay Differential NEW 2.19 – Longevity Pay Differential 5.1 – Health, Dental, Vision This package maintains a pathway to pay equity

State Responds to CAPS-UAW on Economic Items, Proposals Received

In response to CAPS-UAW’s counter proposal package and NEW 3.25 – Employee Donated Release Time Bank  that was presented to the State on June 6, 2024, today the State presented counter proposals on the Articles listed below:  Salaries: The State presented a Salary proposal with a new arrangement of GSIs (General Salary Increase) and SSAs

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