Read about wins and compare contract language for the GTFF 2023-2026 Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Our members put all of their power into this fight, and we won.
More than a dozen state and local officials have signed the letter below to express their support for our union’s demands and declare they would stand in solidarity with us in case of a strike. Many thanks to our allies for their support!
UO graduate employees will strike if a deal is not reached by Wednesday, January 17.
Our GTFF predecessors won these benefits, which are unrelated to our current contract negotiations.
On December 4, 2023, the GTFF sent this letter to University of Oregon President Scholz, Interim Provosts Janet Woodruff-Borden and Karen Ford, and Chief Financial Officer Jamie Moffitt. The next day, GTFF hand-delivered the letter to the Board of Trustees. In it, 24 local organizations, including 11 labor locals, expressed their support for our union’s… Continue reading Community Allies Stand With GTFF
We hit a major milestone at our session on November 30: UO agreed to our comprehensive package proposal, and only two things are left on the table.
GTFF leadership recognizes the historic violence of the white supremacist colonization of millions of Indigenous peoples and hundreds of different nations on Turtle Island.
Before we dive in to the recap of our November 20 bargaining session, we wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude for all of the work members have been putting into our contract campaign. Whether you’ve been showing up to our General Membership Meetings, participating in our actions or checking in with your… Continue reading UO’s flashy salary offer won’t meet our needs. Here’s why.
Big wins for our international and caregiving colleagues.