Taiz tells Trustees it’s time for a better “bargaining culture”

CFA President Lillian Taiz addressed the CSU Board of Trustees last Wednesday to share CFA’s hope for a new and better tone in bargaining as the sides enter the statutory process to negotiate the faculty’s next collective bargaining agreement.

“In the CSU we have gone to impasse (which can lead to imposition & strike) nearly every time we have gone to the bargaining table,” she said. “Indeed, when we sit down on day one, it almost seems inevitable that we will find ourselves at this contentious final process.

“This tradition needs to change and the only way to do it is to build a better bargaining culture,” Taiz said.

See the complete remarks on the CFA web site.