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What does your union do for you? …PLENTY!
As the faculty union protecting your interests, the Los Angeles College Faculty Guild strives to improve the quality of life for the 5,000 faculty we represent.
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Guild reply to Janus Decision
Sisters & Brothers, We are disappointed, but not surprised, by the 5-4 Supreme Court decision in the Janus v. AFSCME case to strip labor unions such as ours – and the workers we represent – of our long-held rights.
Guild Demands that Newly Appointed Trustee Step Down
In an action that surprised and disappointed faculty, the Board of Trustees ignored the voices of students, faculty, staff, and the public they are supposed to represent by selecting David Vela to fill Seat #3 on the Board. “The Board chose politically expedient cronyism over highly qualified educators and community activists,” said Guild President Joanne Waddell. “We urge Vela to step down and demand that the Board appoint a trustee who will make our governing board more closely reflect our diverse student population.”
Campus Grievance Representatives
The Guild’s grievance representatives on each campus serve an important role in the Guild. Grievance reps review and investigate complaints by faculty to determine whether the actions have violated the collective bargaining agreement. If it’s determined that a violation has occurred, the grievance rep follows the procedures in Article 28 of the contract to resolve the issue.
Winners of the 2018 Faculty Guild Election Finalized
Guild members elected their districtwide officers, chapter leaders, and campus representatives on the Executive Board in a race that involved 84 candidates from all nine campuses and the Emeritus Chapter. Their terms began on June 1st. Members cast 1,681 ballots in the spring election.
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