Wednesday November 20, 2019
| Last update: Tuesday at 5:50 PM
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 3/13/09
More than 100 workers rallied here March 12 against a proposed cut to the Regents Scholarship, a benefit that allows University of Minnesota employees to take classes without paying tuition.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 11/11/07
About 50 University of Minnesota AFSCME clerical, technical and health care workers packed the Nov. 9 Board of Regents meeting here, as the workers’ contract was ratified.
BY Brad Sigal | Twin Cities, MN | 9/29/07
After being on strike for nearly three weeks, workers at the University of Minnesota returned to work on September 21.
BY University of Minnesota AFSCME strikers | Twin Cities, MN | 9/24/07
After 15 hours of mediation, the negotiating committee of University of Minnesota AFSCME has made the decision to take the University Administration's settlement offer to union members for a vote.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/15/07
State Senators John Marty and Patricia Torres-Ray and State Representative Frank Hornstein held a press conference, Sept. 18 support of striking University of Minnesota AFSCME workers.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/15/07
Ten registration, scheduling and insurance processing staff who had been working at Boynton Health Services joined the picket lines, Sept. 13.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/13/07
University faculty and students held a press conference, Sept. 11, to decry disruptions caused by the strike and demand the University come back to the table with a fair wage offer.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/11/07
Sept. 10 marked day 6 of the strike by University of Minnesota AFSCME.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/08/07
Over 650 people turned out to a rally held by striking AFSCME workers on the plaza of McNamara Alumni Center on September 7
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 9/03/07
At a Labor Day press conference, University of Minnesota AFSCME leaders blasted attempts by the employer to inflict a lousy contract on university workers.
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