Faculty Rights Tip of the Week: Defend Your Right to Strike!

Last week, we let you know that CFA filed an unfair labor practice charge with the state Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) when supervisors asked faculty members to report their plans to participate in the possible five-day strike on April 13-15 and April 18-19.

Pressuring employees to declare their plans for the strike and suggesting that they cross the picket line when the union has called for a strike, illegally interferes with labor rights under HEERA.

If you are facing similar management conduct, and you think that it is intended to interfere with faculty rights, coerce union members, or intimidate us, let CFA know right away. Our legal team can help. We will amend our unfair labor practice charge to include additional conduct and/or file new and additional charges with PERB.